AF just should be activated by default.
if someone want ugly graphic he can turn it of by hand.
The graphics is not always ugly. Sometimes AF may not necessarily improve visual quality, but it may cost quite a lot of performance. Only apps should determine when it *can* be used, not users.
I'm just saying that r300 generation was first left in the dust by Catalyst,
so that it could be left in the dust by xf86-video-ati afterwards. But r300
r600 split was not a surprise for me, because i expected it. Call it a hunch.
Or not. :o
The wording of the article made me believe that a feature
was added to R600g that somehow wasn't available on R300g.
Someone should update http://www.x.org/wiki/RadeonFeature ;)
BTW this is available in my Ubuntu PPA.