Any geek, regardless of how into gaming he is, can appreciate the simple concept and logic behind NVIDIA's SLI technology. If you want more gaming power, just add another video card. It doesn't get any simpler than that, right? You of course have to have the right ingredients -- SLI-compatible video cards and an SLI-capable motherboard. I know this is one geek who was excited to get his hands on an SLI motherboard and video cards, preferably 6800 GTs or Ultras of course, but I'm happy to review cards from the 6600 family, especially since the majority of gamers will be looking at this more affordable set of cards. I'm especially looking forward to seeing how a 6600 GT SLI setup compares to a single 6800 GT.