Ambiguity cheesecake? Are you guys that desperate for the cheesecake thing to catch on? Nice article, anyways. Ah, the days of BH-5 and the P4 2.4c. Suffice to say, I've not bought the super-premium memory again since having spent $300 on a 1GB kit of CAS-2.5 PC4000, coughing up the extra fifty bucks to avoid the horribly slow *rolls eyes* CAS-3. It still pains me to think that I spent $80 on 4GB of much faster DDR2 a month or two ago. I'm glad that the market has simplified itself somewhat, but so much of it still seems like a waste. What I - and many others, I expect - want in a motherboard is something stable, performs as it should, and has plenty of USB and SATA ports. That's it. Seriously. If it works and I can plug all my crap into it, I'm happy.