Intel created the original AGP standard, right? And if I recall correctly, the first AGP chipsets from other vendors weren't "official", they were sort of reverse engineered, which is why they weren't very good compared to Intel chipsets for a while as far as AGP was concerned. Later on it seems Intel licensed AGP to people like VIA. Now, it seems everybody except Intel is involved in creating AGP 3.0/8X's standard. How is this possible? How are they creating a new version of the AGP standard without the involvement of the company that owns the AGP standard? How can they legally call it "AGP 3.0"; didn't Intel trademark the name AGP or something, and even if they didn't, if 3.0 isn't blessed by them, wouldn't it still be illegal to call it "AGP"?