Bit Tech has a preview of ECS' P67 and H67 Sandy Bridge motherboards, you can check it out over here, they have dozens of pictures.
It's worth noting that these are the very early samples that ECS uses to test features and tweak performance - the final products may not turn out to be exactly as shown here.
The P67H2-A will become the premium ECS Sandy Bridge board, with a Lucid Hydra 200 chip at its core for a variety of multi-graphics options. Right now this early sample board is built using an Nvidia NF200 chip, but ECS intends to change it once the design is finalised. We're still not sold on Lucid's chip so whether that's an advantage, we've yet to see.