Intel is going to have to support this inside the chipset for this to really take off. Unfortunately its not possible right now since the only implementation is by mobo makers using 3rd party chips. There just isnt enough PCIe lanes on current mobos to fully utilize GPUs and 8 USB 3.0 ports. I think I read that if you use USB 3 on some motherboards, then if you Crossfire or SLI, the other slot gets reduced in PCIe lanes. This means Intel needs to come out with a new chipset to get around this limitation and I know it isn't coming in the next revision so maybe 2012? The way I see its all up to intel. Maybe if AMD wants to speed the adoption they could implement it and force Intels hand.