Yeah, I want to know to- If this is the case I should have just saved 300 dollars and kept my ti4200, it was plenty fast w/o antialiasing .:annoyed: I didn't realize that there was a change in the Catalyst drivers somewhere along the line that BASICALLY DISABLES ANTIALIASING in games that don't have built in antialiasing controls.. I wondered why Jedi knight Academy kept reverting back to no antialiasing after reloading a level.. This is disturbing and I would really like to know what the last version of catalyst is that lets me decide whether or not AA is enabled in a game, not the game if it doesn't happen to have a control for it.. Maybe they don't have a control for it because they knew the graphics card driver has sliders for AA and AF controls.. or maybe not, but still, this really is BS. What gives?