He probably cannot confirm or deny anything. He can't confirm it if it's a surprise, and he can't confirm it because someone higher up could decide to remove the feature even if it was planned at the last minute. And he cannot deny it because it will be taken by every news site and reported. EDIT: He replied to you above while I was typing this post. You know if the drivers only supported R9 Series they can do that, they can probably release new drivers every 2 weeks with minimal issues and slight improvements here and there... But do you know how much testing goes into older cards and not only that, but older cards and the different combinations of systems they can run on? The amount of money and resources wasted too high. AMD doesn't make half as much money as nVidia. Although I can agree on one criticism, the crossfire profiles section could and should become a separate entity that lives within CCC, when new games come out, the profiles are released as "fast" as possible to those who wish to participate, but aren't "STABLE" and are improved daily/weekly until they reach "STABLE" built, people can participate in the testing of these profiles until they hit stable level at which point they become publicly available in the next WHQL Driver. But I assume this will cost a lot of money and resources to do on its own. EDIT: A lot of people will probably agree to the terms and conditions and participate and ruin something, or their system won't boot, or get a black screen, even though the risk is written there, but then later complain that it's AMD's fault that they tested Beta software and it didn't work as they expected it to work. So I think what they're currently doing *taking their time when it comes to big feature updates* is the right way to go... at the end of the day, it's less people complaining, and more people will be happy.