Aw man. Really BG, please don't take this personally as I know you're only trying to do your job and I'm a fan of a lot of the things that have happened here since you've taken over but this is really far from acceptable. Well, that's not entirely accurate I suppose, I mean, you can do what you want but if you or anyone at Dennis honestly thinks that this type of thing will do anything but destroy the (already diminished) credibility Bit Tech has as a serious hardware review/PC Enthusiast site then I think you're sorely mistaken. I realise that AMD Etc spend a lot on PR but what kind of mentalist in their PR department thinks that an article like this on a website like this will bring anything but scorn? We're all PC fans here, we know the deal and by and large we judge companies on the products they put out and the prices they put them out at. And far be it to question your word but unfortunately I'm going to have to. I find it hard to believe that you could have put this article up with the intention of pointing out that it was a paid for advertisement and either forgot or accidentally messed it up is very, very difficult to believe. The simple fact is, if you're willing to put up this piece of advertising and, either mistakenly or not disguise it as a (what would have been a very interesting) genuine bit tech editorial then I can have absolutely zero faith in the honesty of your reviews, and that is very sad. Again, please don't take that personally. I know journalists are having to make increasingly difficult decisions on the border between integrity and solvency but this is a step too far.