The main problems with ATI AIW cards are lack of support from third party software developers and mediocre bundled media software. I've purchased several AIWs and they all had the same problem. Another limitation is lack of connectivity compared to other video cards. This new card looks like it has DVI and HDMI, an improvement over earlier models, but it appears to lack audio/video capture capabilities. I've been less than enthusiastic about the bundled remotes as well. The remotes themselves are pretty typical for PC remotes but the software generally has weak application support, both from ATI and third parties. Separate video and tuner/capture cards are probably a better option overall.
It may be a good "buy one device and get two" kind of thing, but when you want a new video card, you have to get a new tv card, and so on.
At least with separate cards they can be upgraded separately (different slots too - tv cards are PCI or PCIeX1, video cards are PCIeX16)
Though - if you weren't planning on a tv card anyway, it may only be like $10 more and you get HDtv for free - an easy selling point.
I pored over the specs on the ATI/AMD website. The video specs are identical to those for the HD2600 series. Significantly it only supports DDR2 rather than the faster GDDR3 sported by most video cards. They don't provide any information on GPU/memory clock speeds and amount of dedicated video RAM. So it is a little difficult to determine where this card fits in their family of video cards. Obviously it is not CrossFireX or even hybrid crossfire. So no possibility of adding it to a 780G IGP motherboard for a 3D performance boost and bonus TV tuner. Actually, I don't even think it is as fast as the 780G. Anyone looking at this card is well advised to consider a 780G motherboard and a separate TV tuner card.