Hey guys! Remember me? i'm the guy that is always giving you a hard time in the comments. Before i continuei'd like to say that this is still my favorite site for starting my day. Having said that, i think you guys are totally missing the boat on triplescreen gaming. Simply put, i think you can score some real good points if you put in the time to release a series of triplescreen articles, and include triplescreen resolutions in your benchmarks from now on. First of all, i'm aware that the adoption of the technology is not that great. However, that's not an arguement for you guys to not focus on it. You reviewed the i7-970, the GTX580, had extensive articles on the dreamPC a while back, reviewed a waterchiller, and you regularly include graphics results for 2560x1600 resolutions. The fact that certain hardware and/or technology is out of reach for most of us, doesn't mean we don't like reading about it. You are well aware of this. Aside from the expansive review of eyefinity that Guru3D did back in 2009, none of your competitors have taken the technology serious. This means you can get a real lead on everyone else, and if the opening series of articles is good enough, you can become the de-facto go-to site for triplescreen gaming. Also, it's not as unattainable as most people think. The 2560x1200 screen you use to test that resolution must be close to 1000 pounds, while three 1920x1080 screens can be picked up for under 400. Couple with a 6870 (that's under 200 now), and you are in business. It will even fit in the budget of your enthousiast PC with some creativity.