I guess it's a little too early to really jump into it, but it looks like overall Fermi is a bust. I was hoping to get a best bang for buck upgrade out of my current graphics situation and I partly was interested in SLI (just for fun, but not if it's not the best option for me). My computer serves as a media pc for me often playing HD video on the flat screen above while while I work on the monitor below, sometimes there is noticeable jitter with 1080 HD video playback when I'm doing my graphic design work below. I'm a gamer also, and when I went to play Just Cause 2 this weekend it was very muddy for me. Below is my setup:
I think the best point of attack would be the graphics card(?), I was debating purchasing a second 9800 GT as this business with Fermi seems to be a bust.. but my girlfriend was also interested in purchasing my 9800 from me to upgrade her rig if I wanted to go with a different card altogether, so I can go that route.
I'm not against ATI at all, I just wanted to find the best long term solution... the reason I'm leery of ATI in this case is because if I needed to upgrade later I would not be able to utilize crossfire as my board doesn't support it (only SLI), and I'd be left over with an old ATI card to try and sell.