The posted reviews specific to the m3200s at the top of the forum list might also be helpful. The information isn't always condensed into Pros versus Cons, but the depth and breadth of each review mitigates the time spent reading.
The Asus is a very nice machine. I was considering this notebook when I purchased my Sentia (along with the Dell 700m). Actually, it was a very close runner-up. I just found the m3200 to be a better deal price-wise at the time and really like the unique design. So, some aspects to consider when comparing these two notebooks follow.
1. W3V has bluetooth built-in. The m3200 does not, but this can be added via USB port (and can be done so that it is, arguably, internal).
2. W3V has a dedicated video card. The m3200 does not, but I have been relatively impressed with the new Intel graphics chipset. It runs WoW just fine.
3. W3V is slightly larger in size with a 14.1" screen. However, both notebooks seem to be approximately the same weight. They both also have the same real estate on the actual desktop (1280x800).
4. W3V has the usual PCMCIA slots, whereas the m3200 has a ExpressCard slot.