The reference board has shown that motherboard manufacturers will have an easy time in switching between present K8T800-based production to Pro boards. We've seen most major manufacturers produce press releases that already highlight their new Pro-encompassing range. NVIDIA's raised the Athlon 64 features' bar with its revised nForce3 250Gb chipset, VIA's done just enough to stay competitive. We just can't help feeling that the K8T800 Pro is the chipset that should have launched last September, really.