I am currently pretty frustrated with ATI. The 10.4 driver was supposed to have the ATI BFBC2 load bug fixed. The official release ended up not having it, so they released a hotfix that had the fix. The problem is that they only released a desktop hotfix but no hotfix for us mobility users. 10.5 rolls around and the same problem is claimed to be fixed. It turns out to not be fixed, so they again release a hotfix, and again for desktop only. Now 10.6 comes out. It claims to have the same BFBC2 fix. The problem this time is that crossfire appears to be broken for lots of people. So of course, we will no doubt see a 10.6a out in a day or 2 that fixes the problem, and it will only be for desktop! So I, as an CF mobility user, have been stuck with this BFBC2 load bug for months now, and it looks like im going to have to wait until 10.7 for another chance at it being fixed (I say chance because im sure they'll find another way to *** it up). What I don't understand is this: ATI decided with the 10.x drivers that they were going to support their Mobility line, yet they won't even release a mobility installer for their hotfix! When something is posted on their forum, they just say what they've always said; that updated drivers are the responsibility of the notebook manufacturer. We're just asking for an installer! If they're going to support the mobility line at all, why half-ass it like this? They stopped updating Mobility Modder for the 10.x series drivers based on ATI supporting mobility themselves. The situation for mobility users is worse now than it was before ATI decided to release them themselves.