I've spent enough time on a bike to tell you the leading edge that breaks the surface tension of the air as you pedal is a critical component of air resistance.
Trust me, when you are constantly breaking wind, or if you routinely draft in the turbulence of the rider in front of you who is breaking wind, it will degrade your performance at least 10-20%.
Yes, it's reasonable, that doesn't mean I like it. I won't gracefully give up my right to complain on the Internet.
Frankly it's linux kernel compatibility I'm most concerned about. If Fedora 18 comes out next week with an updated kernel which breaks compatibility with the current 7-series driver, what are the chances it's going to get fixed?
In the other hand, things are moving along in the Nouveau open source driver so there are alternatives.
What was ignorant about my comment?
It is fact that DNSChanger does not infect OSX. It doesn't infect iOS. It doesn't infect Linux, or BSD, or Amiga, or Android, or BeOS, or Plan 9, or Chromium, or OS2, or Solaris, or EMACS. I happen to be running one of the many OSs it does not infect.
Unfortunately for Apple, this is yet more proof that their products are a gateway drug.
First you get a free iTunes card, so you need some free software from Apple.
Then you realize that iTunes doesn't support yout Zune, so you get an iPod Nano next time around.
Before you realize it, you're knee deep in stolen iPads and $25M in high-grade meth.
The IBM purchase of ROLM gives new meaning to the term "twisted pair". -- Howard Anderson, "Yankee Group"