At first glance it looks good, good make motherboard and excellent graphics card, SATA and PCI Express and plenty of USB ports. I see you get original Windows with the disk, good as well.
Only things that would concern me at all, and I do think its good for the money. Check the ASUS website to ensure this motherboard can take newer dual core processors in a year or so when the prices hopefully drop or at least a faster one than it now has for future upgrading. And the TFT is non branded which may/may not be a problem. It used to be that everyone ranted and raved about how the fastest response time was what was most important. I am not certain that this is now the case, mine is 12ms and its fine for gaming, a friend has a cheapo TFT as well and his is meant to be 8ms and to be honest mine is a lot clearer especially when things hot up in a game. If you can afford it and are really going to be into gaming it may be a worthwhile investment in considering another TFT, have a look at the charts and reviews and if you can go to PC World, Comets etc and try to see them before buying especially when they play moving pictures as this is when some of them get blurry, the newer TFTs are quoting a response rate between 8ms and I've even seen a few 4ms ones. Warranty is a bit low in that its return to base and not on site but apart from that its fine. Can't say anything about the company at all as I haven't heard of them but if you leave the thread open I'm sure there will be someone who has and has had dealings with them.