It is a replacement for the Official Catalyst 7.5 display driver. It does not come with the bloated POS called CCC, but rather, a custom, ultra-light version of the excellent ATI Tray Tools. Yes, it is for Windows XP. Part of it can be found here, and part of it can be found in KillerSneak's head. Yes, unless you feel alienated by the red (IMO terribly ugly) ATT DNA skin. @ KillerSneak: Would it be possible for you to add an option to the DNA-ATI installer where the user can specify which ATI Tray Tools skin he/she wants? I'm very satisfied with the DNA-ATI drivers in all other aspects, but the red skin just IMO looks plain ugly. I would much rather have the default ATT skin. Also, and I realize that this is probably not something you want to hear, but I'd like to ask whether it is also possible to make the "DNA-ATI Advanced Tweaks" database view optional, such that the Direct3D and OpenGL sections would be just like they are in the normal ATI Tray Tools (separate and accessible via the ATT main menu), and only the actual advanced tweaks which you have added would be in the Advanced Tweaks section along with the ones already there by default? Perhaps have a database called "DNA-ATI Custom Tweaks" for the custom tweaks you and Dr.House have added? I feel very alienated by DNA-ATT for the two aforementioned reasons, hence why I have *temporarily* reverted back to the official Catalyst 7.5 driver + ATT v18.104.22.1682.