Yeah, the price is a big argument and it really makes it so that the two core i3 CPUs will become irrelevant (as they should). Plus the whole AM4 platform, that is supposed to be universal for AMD CPUs, which will again cut down on expenses in the future. I'm sure the performance woun't lack so much behind the intel's i5, but from technological stand point it just would have been better if it was only one CCX and it could provide some iteresting results. Right now it seems like it will be slower in ST applications compared to Ryzen 7. However, I do agree that APUs could be very interesting chips.