I'm sure hoping that there will be a linux release for Unreal Tournament 2007. Anyway, the game seems more complex compared to previous versions. Some sites anticipate that a really good graphics card, a physics processing unit (yes, a physics processing unit) and a dual or quad core cpu will greatly improve performance. But my question is, why buy a three hundred dollar physics processing unit when you can get a symmetrical multiprocessing machine to the physics. Surely the smp machine will have more uses. And will Linux support the physics processor? Wait, what am I saying? Will Windoze support it? And will they make drivers for linux?