2007 was a disappointment as far as PC Gaming. (I read the article on PC World and it inspired me.) 2006 Dec/Nov Geforce 8 Series came out. I spent my hard earned money to wait for almost 1 year for DX10 Games. Only to find out that 2 8800GTS in SLI can't even get the job done for Crysis in DX10. So I pawned off those two cards and got a G92 8800GTS that is even faster than the older GTX and Ultras. Vista Ultimate 64-bit. (If I didn't get this for free off of technet then I would be really mad.) No new file system User Account Control 64-bit requires driver signing in the Kernel Takes 2x the RAM and CPU of XP with a 1/3rd performance hit. Vista has disappointed me at every turn. DX10 is a JOKE. And I mean it. CRAP. Bad Performance for not much gain in Quality. For that matter 64bit CPUs. Is anyone really using them? What I mean is, Writing 64 bit only software? Everything I have seen (except at work) is better off on 32bit Vista or XP. Did I mention that every Hardware Manu factor form Creative and Nvidia to Linksys has failed to get good drivers out for vista? (In a reasonable amount of time.) ----------------------------------- The only things that were good in PC Gaming this year IMO. sequels (Mainly EA milking its franchise of titles.) C&C 3 MOH Airborne FEAR's 2nd Expansion Pack. HL2 ep 2. (Good and I may buy Team Fortress 2 later. After I finish Crysis.) I would say that overall Microsoft has failed us here in PC Gaming. Games for Windows, should be call Games for PC's so Microsoft can sell more Xbox 360's. Does limiting PC games to console multiplayer numbers and interfaces, really seem like a step forward? ==================================== All of this being said. I am taking up Hunting/Fishing/Camping/Hiking this next year and playing some Paint Ball. I suggest you do the same. At least then you can only complain about the weather. (But don't get me started on that.) 1STRIVE ===================================== Post your thoughts on PC Gaming 2007 below.