Haven't done much yet, but here goes....
I'll be hooking this up with my old desktop gear.
The system will be running the following:
Asus P4S533 matx motherboard
Onboard sound -> headunit input
P4 1.8 Northwood cpu
256 meg ram (probably more later if I can find some cheap)
3.5" 40GB harddrive
pci wireless card
Super 7" touchscreen
Gyration wireless mouse/keyboard
GPS mouse from EBay
Digimotto OBDII scanner
Bluetooth adapter (I don't have this yet, probably a usb one though)
Full sized DVDRW (tempary use for maintenance only)
I'll try to power everything off of the M2-ATX.
The box that it came in. Everything seemed to arrive in good shape.
Here's what I got. PSU, Manual, 12V input connectors (3 on right), bag of jumpers, ATX connector w/ 2 molex & 1 floppy size connectors, wire from PSU to switch connector on motherboard (top, under ATX connector).
I didn't get the wires with the 4x4 plug for P4's. My motherboard will take a regular molex in place of this so I won't need the cable, but this would be a problem for most other motherboards. Not sure if it was supposed to be included or not. A packing list in the beginning of the manual might be a good idea.
Blurry close ups. I was impressed by the build quality. I was expecting something that looked a little homebrewed with RadioShack parts, but this looks like anything you'd find in mass produced consumer electronic. Somebody else reported a bad solder joint, but all of mine were perfect and looked like they were done by a machine.