Where do you think every GT200b in the last few months has gone? Tesla cards. Or, so I hear from a few industry peeps. Nvidia Sterescopic 3D is a gimmick. It encourages people to use poor TN panels with poor quality and gets people onboard with the novelty effect. You can't game for hours in it, it gives everyone that has tried in the office a headache. There is a Stereoscopic 3D kit sitting in the lab and no one ever uses I'm not saying 3D has a general rule of thumb is arse - people love Avatar for example, it's just I strongly don't believe Nvidia's locked down propitiatory solution is right for our "open" PC market. AMD's lazier approach is not the right answer either, but whatever happened to interoperability? SNiiPE_DoGG: I hear you and I agree, but what I'm saying is that the change is unceremonious and feels somewhat underhanded, which is a shame. I feel sorry for the companies that have grown up around Nvidia to support them.