This is a great motherboard for a nice quiet life. I was a little concerned about the chipset fans for X570 (but wanted to go with 570 if possible for future devices for when higher speed storage is an affordable options, plus I couldn't afford the only fan-less option) but am glad I got this motherboard for the lack of noise on my day to day computing - there's a little case/gpu noise unconnected with the fan if I do something intense, but that's usually brief and clearly nothing to do with the motherboard in question, just fyi.
As far as features etc go for the motherboard itself... the only limitation (which, clearly, I accepted) is the fact there's only 4 SATA connectors (albeit with three M.2 connecters). I have two SSDs in there in addition to my boot M2 drive, and am considering adding a BluRay drive for some installs / ripping CDs, which would give me fewer options going forward as I also intend to add at least one HDD for backup. Still, I can solve that cheaply enough by add in cards, and the other hardware choices - such as it having a good selection of USB connectors - were essential for me.
On my value for money 80% rating.. well, it depends. I was happy to pay a bit more for a motherboard that was reviewed as quiet, so for me, that extra cash was worth it. Not that any of the 570 motherboards are _really_ good value, but in amongst the competition, this seems reasonable.