After using the Geforce Experience application for a few months, I thought I'd start a thread to compare notes and see what people think of how it's shaping up. First of all, I have to reinstall the application occasionally due to various errors that tend to crop up after I install the latest Geforce drivers. This is a minor annoyance, but it doesn't take long and is easy enough to do. Getting an alert and automated download/install process whenever Nvidia releases a new set of beta/stable drivers is handy, though I'm not sure how much time I'm really saving compared to just checking Guru3D once a day... Now, for the "optimized settings" touted by Nvidia as helping you optimize your game experience for maximum performance, etc... I consistently find the "optimized" settings are far lower than what I tend to play at. My monitor is 1920x1200 and it's not out of the ordinary for Geforce Experience to recommend playing games at 720p. This might make sense if my system struggled with the higher resolution, but I can max out Dishonored (for example) with a solid 60+ framerate on my 59Hz monitor. Meanwhile, Geforce Experience is giving me all kinds of warnings about how I would have trouble running their optimal settings for games like Torchlight 2 and recommends playing the game at 1024x768. I'm not exactly sure how Nvidia is compiling the data for their "optimal settings" suggestions, but it seems a lot of people are going to be playing on far lower settings than their systems can handle. On a positive note, I will say Nvidia's optimizations for Skyrim and Fallout New Vegas show some promise for how Geforce Experience can evolve into a useful application for editing advanced game settings. Since the optimizations for those games involve changing more settings in the game ini files, this may show how Geforce Experience can evolve into a sophisticated tool for editing ini files and provide a baseline for further customization. If Nvidia decides to add deeper ini tweaking into future updates to Geforce Experience, I can definitely see myself using it before adding my own tweaks. At the moment, though, I'll stick with doing my own custom modifications to game settings. Nvidia's list of games currently supported by Geforce Experience Update: Nvidia acknowledged (on their forums) the issue with strange low resolution recommendations and have now released Geforce Experience 1.5, which is supposed to help with a number of the issues people were having on 1080p monitors.