No yeah, I hear ya, for sure. Like I mentioned, a workstation board should have everything you require, as technically, that's exactly what you need out of a PC..a SolidWorks Workstation.
This board, however, like most EVGA products, is centered around overclocking ability. Overclocking and long-term reliability don't go together in the same sentence from my perspective, altthough I do personally understand how the extra performance can greatly reduce time to complete projects, and save on labour costs.
There will be products that will meet your needs...for sure...just not every one is going to have the features you need, and will be overclocking-centric.
I truly feel that users with your requirements are a small part of the market, and I do not think it's realistic for every board to cater to every user. If such was the case, there would be no point in me reviewing boards.