As suggested in this thread, it might be worth it to create a buyers guide to graphic cards. It should be in 2 parts, one which deals with actual cards and how they perform in relation to eachother (both to newer and older cards) and one which deals with cards in a more abstract way but give you an idea of how a card in a certain price-range will perform. (Ie. a card in the sub 100$ will not compete with a card in the 200$ range. The latest and greatest is in the above 400$ range, but they often only perform about 10-20% better than the ones in the 300-400$ range) So if you can post your experiences with the card(s) you have, aprox. how they perform compared to other cards you've had (ie you moved from an FX5200 to an X800pro, how do they compare?). Also, any buyers tips and suggestions are welcome (ie. after using TechSpot's pricewatch, remember to check if there are any refurbs @ newegg, company XXY often have higher clocked cards than the others etc) But please, don't just post to say "I hate ATI/nvidia/Matrox/S3/bit boys/whoever". And if you want to say that card XYX is a good card, don't just say "yes, it's good", but tell us why... If we get enough info, maybe we can write it up as a proper guide, and if not, we should have a small knowledgebase that people can read through and add personal experiences.