I was wondering when my HP LP3065 30" $1000 plus monitor would truly show its worth and I think now it has truly come full circle and now I really have truly come to respect the great product that Windows 7 is. The monitor supports 3 DVI connections so to make Hybrid PhysX work all you need to do is connect your main ATI card and and your Nvidia GPU to the monitor with Dual Link DVI cables. I can still have my other PC connected, too. The process was so easy. I already had my ATI drivers installed (Still on 10.2) so all I had to do was simply install the Nvidia beta drivers version 2.57.15. Once that was done I set the displays to extended mode and instantly PhysX was up and running. I am using a Phenom X3 8750, 4 gigs of DDR 2 800 RAM with a 4850 X2 and a 9800 GT (sort of) in Windows 7 64 bit. The Zotac GT I have is not a real 9800 GT but a scaled back one with only 8 ROPs and a 128 bit memory interface. (Just fine for PhysX) Now I've noticed that hardware PhysX beats the piss out of your GPUs. The performance loss is quite high and in Batman AA I'm really wondering what I'm getting out of the PhysX experience. I'm playing on high and I noticed a rip in Batman's suit. I can't remember if that was there without PhysX. I can't help but think that even Shadowgrounds Survivor seems to use PhysX effects more often. I started Batman AA from the beginning again hoping to see all the effects I missed and man it looks great at 2560 * 1600 with everything other than FSAA on MAX but is it me or are the effects under used or do they blend so well I don't realize they are there. I ran the Batman AA benchmark and got decent performance at 2560 * 1600. I attached the results and 45 FPS average aint bad but those damn low ATI min frames disappoint a little bit but all in all I am very happy. I'm downloading Dark Void that I just purchased from Games For Windows Live for $9.99 and I will also test that. I want to see hardware PhysX used in a more in your face and perhaps overdone way. Another thing I noticed with Windows 7 is that it is so simple to switch between video cards by simply setting one or the other to be the main display. Now since some games that are older might not even need that much power I might consider trying out running the lousy 9800 GT for ultra low powered graphics, too. What can you run at 2560 * 1600 with only 22 gigabtyes of memory bandwidth? (Not much I suppose) I think with the addition of an Nvidia GPU I now have a very flexible and fun experimental rig.