Yes, nice that you had AMD systems. I guess it would be hard to find older person around who did not. But all you wrote about again is: "nVidia's pricing reduction in reaction to AMD's products." And just added "AMD may become option for some." But as AMD projects poor sales of any product, count in manufacturing, repairs, ... Having no product is often better than having product which does not sell in sufficient volume. When (and if) AMD releases nicely priced products, I'll be happy as you will. But I would rather see people to show at least 1/2 of respect AMD treats them with. And as I wrote, AMD is angry on GPU front. (Yes, sign of weakness on human level. "Being angry because someone does not recognize your strength.") But I hope (likely as AMD do) that people will open their eyes as result. And start treating nVidia<->AMD in similar fashion as they do intel<->AMD. Anywhere near objectively is good. One can objectively go and say: "Sorry AMD, Radeon 7 is not good gaming GPU. You are selling yet another Compute GPU as gaming." For me, AMD does not have Gaming product above RX-580, and that's why gaming performance/$ was not exactly good. But I recognize that it is Compute GPU and that it has its use there. Situation we are in now was understandable (and predictable) within 2 months from Vega 56/64 release. If you can find those threads and my critique there. I would say I gave it more hammering than it deserved. And I can say that I did wrote about different "leaks" and what will be consequence if they are true. RX-590 one before Radeon 7 hint. RX-590 release told us that Navi is either not very close or will perform above it. Now we have radeon 7, therefore you can expect that AMD will not replace it with Navi. Therefore Navi will fill space of older Vega 56/64 1st. Shortly after it will scale down to replace Polaris. (Unless there is still need to produce 14nm GPUs at GloFo.) And then much later it will jump to 2080(Ti) territory. But Chiplets on CPU shift things too. Especially AMD using that "I/O hub" even on Ryzen (Top-Bottom strategy). Having similar "I/O hub" designed for GPU Chiplets, and suddenly You have 4 times 20CUs on one card. Comfortably outperforming even 2080Ti-successor at much lower manufacturing cost. But this is really vaporware till we see actual Ryzen having 2 chiplets and therefore 12C/24T (or even 16C/32T). Because we need to see if those "I/O hubs" are good at memory bandwidth management and more importantly "chiplet to chiplet context switching". My guess is 2020Q2 for AMD to deliver that top-dog-GPU. This will shift depending on Ryzen 3000 prices. we may find out that "I/O hub" + 2 chiplets is cost efficient solution. And then AMD will have much bigger reason to push it down to GPUs sooner. Don't take it bad or as personal attack. I do not really mean to bash you or anyone else. I just want people to realize situation we are in. And way they do affect it. That will save a lot of people a lot of frustration.