NewEgg says it will ship on Monday 12(DEC)/3, so I should get it on Wednesday 12/5. Will of course update here on the experience...paid $279 for it (~$12 more than I paid for my 8GB 480 a year ago) and I get the three games with it--two of them which interest me--never could get into the "Devil May Cry" thing. It's amazing to me that anyone would could consider a 1060 over a 590 in the < $300 market--Yes, pretty much blows away the 1060--which is not in the same league, actually. I'm surprised, really, that the 590 reviews are not pointing out the many superior points of the RX-4/5xx-series over the 1060. 480/580/590 = 256-bit wide bus; 1060 = 192-bit-wide bus; 480/580/590 = 8GB vram, 1060 = 6gbs vram; 480/580/590 = Crossfire, 1060 = No SLI supported! Those are some awesome advantages, imo--nothing small about them. Indeed, I decided to go ahead and buy the Fatboy to tide me over until next year's < $300 AMD product, and I'm going to experiment with Crossfiring the two--the 590 with the 480--and see what happens. My reasoning is this: for games that allow X-firing of some kind, even if both GPUs are running at the speed of my 480, 1.305GHz stock, the performance should be far better than just running the single 590 @ 1.58GHz-1.6GHz. Also, I'm gaming wherever I can @ 3840x2160, so I'm anticipating some hefty fps gains here, too, via Crossfire. This will be the first time I have X-fired since I bought two 4850's many years ago... Should be fun--with games that worked the frame-rate gains were impressive, IIRC. Since it is so easy to Crossfire these cards (AMD doesn't even require a physical bridge), it really is surprising to see that the ability to Crossfire the discrete Polaris GPUs is not being mentioned much in reviews. I did see a review where the guy Xfired a 480 with a 580--went like clockwork, he said, and the frame-rate gains of the games that had profiles or could otherwise be crossfired were *substantial*, usually 70%-90% higher as a rule. Which is what you would expect. Sure--I'd never suggest that someone go out and buy two 590s just for the privilege of X-firing--but it does make sense for people like me who bought a Polaris GPU a year or two back--as I don't want to pay ~$500+ for a Vega GPU right now. So for me this makes perfect sense. I will report back at some point and update on how it goes...!