Well, and just looking at the history of ATI driver releases. Almost every game that comes out gets a patch awhile after the fact, and continuously so. I'd say ATI has a more reactionary approach when it comes to supporting games, rather than a proactive one. What doesn't make sense to me is why everyone was so ready to jump down NVIDIA's throat. And seriously, hear me out on this one. There are shit tons of games that are 'TWIMTBP' and have in game AA for ATI. Why would they cock block ATI on this game alone? This reeks more of ATI not supporting the game out of the gate, like most games that get emergency patches from them, than it does anything else. Even the ATI fanboys should have looked at this one with a grain of salt.