http://www.sfftech.com/index.php?/articles/show/via_epia_en15000_review/ Unlike Epiacenter.com, they've included ScienceMark 2 and HD-playback tests. Naturally, it cannot handle HD playback all that well without some sort of assistance. (in fact, its pretty poor. I'm guessing the reviewer is experiencing alot of frame skipping). But we got a better glimpse of how it performs in the FPU part against the C3-Based solution. (50% increase in speed, over 100% increase in FPU performance). This review does confirm with Epiacenter's one in regards to SiSoft Sandra and HD playback. The EPIA EN-series does have a VIA VT1625M HDTV Encoder, but VIA's piss-poor effort with the drivers (both Linux AND Windows) is gonna make this feature a paper weight. (Unless they can get their act together!)...Then again, I wonder if the encoder does anything to help Hd playback.