ScanIAm wrote:I just made the switch in the opposite direction due to ATI's incompetance with drivers.
I just switched from nVidia to ATI for the exact same reason. Honestly, neither company is that hot on reliability right now. Although they're both very hot on radiated power
Actually a major part of my move was simply because nVidia wouldn't support my GeForce Ti 4800 SE on Windows Vista - it may of course not be capable of Glass. I didn't exactly push the boat out - I now have a Radeon 9550. I just wanted something to tide me over until buying a whole new machine some time later in the year (waiting for desktop version of Intel Core processors). Thankfully this card does not have a fan on it, so computer noise is reduced and IMO, reliability increased.
I'm not really a fan of Matrox any more either. The Millennium II I got with a machine back in 1998 was great (poor 3D acceleration, at the time that wasn't so important) but they really messed up the G200 and G400 lines.