Just spent the last 24 hours building my new HTPC.
Core i5 2500k
160GB SATA drive (boot), 2 x 3TB 7200 RPM
drives (recorded TV)
4 ATSC TV tuners (1 PCI ATI, 2 USB ATI, 1 USB Pinnacle)
Windows 7 Pro x64, Media Center
All the latest drivers
Unfortunately, this build was nothing but problems from the get go. First, I find out that the H67 only supports 3TB drives in AHCI mode, not RAID. Supposedly that's coming.
Finally get Windows loaded, and my MCE IR receiver starts flaking out. Tried moving USB ports, using another receiver, no go. Finally ended up moving it to the USB 3.0 ports, and it started working again.
Using the onboard graphics, I connected the DVI port to my TV via a DVI to HDMI cable, and connected the HDMI port to my receiver so I could bitstream DTS HD, etc. There are settings in the BIOS of the board that allow you to change where the video and audio are routed. Anyway, this worked right from the start then started flaking out. The PC couldn't see the receiver, so I finally ended up reinstalling the video drivers and that fixed it.
Once I finally got everything working, I found that some DVDs I had ripped are crashing during playback in Media Center. Not sure what's causing it, but it worked perfectly in a previous HTPC with a Radeon 5670.
I've been able to play back Blu-rays and rips with TMT5 and get bitstreaming. However some just hang at the menu, like AvP 2.
I may end up just throwing my 5670 back in and say to hell with the integrated graphics. Nice concept, but Intel's drivers suck at this point.