I think now the mx series will only go for the oem market, since they are so crappy, i still want to wait a little more to see what nvidia does to refresh their current lines of NV25 cards like they did with the NV20
From what I've read on x-bit and other sites, sounds like the card is coming late this month. There should be two versions, one 64mb one 128mb (KEEP IN MIND FSAA is helped a lot by 128mb, and on a card designed to take advantage of that much RAM, it should help out a lot more than it does on the GF3 Ti200). They should launch at $179 and $199 respectively. This is going to be one heck of a card... 20-25% faster than a Ti500, overclocks well, awesome FSAA speeds (70-90% faster than a Ti500 if you compare Ti4600 to Ti500 and then adjust for the different clock speeds of the Ti4600/Ti4200 so you have a "virtual" comparison), and inexpensive, as well as having good drivers, dual-monitor support, and many will have VIVO (capture card, like an AIW Radeon).