That's the Zambezi-based FX, not the Sledgehammer-based one, which we actually rocked back in the day.
We waited a long time for AMD's next-generation CPU architecture, and, on paper, it looked great. Unfortunately, in its initial incarnation, the expected performance isn't there, power consumption is super-high, and pricing isn't even all that compelling.
AMD managed to improve some aspects of the new CPU over the Phenom II generation. The buzz from Microsoft is that Windows 8 will handle the Bulldozer module concept more elegantly, and we're still getting promises from AMD that its follow-on to Bulldozer, code-named Piledriver, will introduce a number of fixes. For now, though, we can't help but think this isn't the way AMD's architects envisioned this situation going down.