If you haven't yet, go check out Kyle Bennett's take on criticisms of 3DMark03 and on the need for better benchmarks. Kyle seems ready to initiate a new effort to create some kind of standards body. The guys at HotHardware have chimed in, too.
I'm looking into the 3DMark03 issue, and I'll have something to say about it once I know more of the facts. Until then, we'll keep you up to date on what others are saying about the matter.
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