Well, since no one wants to reply........Vid drivers are a personal preference. I suggest you get ATIs and OMEGAs and try them both. Each will have slightly different settings for your lappy and you may find one more to your likeing. After that I would suggest going to previously released versions and giving them a try. Sometimes the older drivers will run slightly better for some older games. Just a note to remember when swapping drivers. It is always a good idea to remove the older drivers and their control panel and associated software as thoroughly as possible. OMEGA and ATI have driver cleaners (ATIs are in their "driver utillities" section) that run under "safe mode" that will help to find hidden files to remove. The reason for this is to make sure that you are only running one complete set of drivers without mixing in any odd setting from misplaced files. It's real easy to lose some speed and stability if your drivers are not "clean". ATI will tell you, and it's probobly true, that the best (most reliable) drivers are going to come from the dealer you bought your lappy from. But of course everyone wants to see what these monsters can do, so we are always trying anything new in hopes that it is better. Hope this helps.