Right. Nothing to do with Gallium3D vs classic... the r600g driver has *also* reached the point where we're going to use it for initial support of new GPUs, but that is total coincidence.

What I'm talking about is piggybacking on the "learn about the new HW changes" portion of the SW design effort for proprietary drivers. We're quite late for the 2011 graphics core effort (most of the SW design work is finished) but we should be able to get some benefit anyways.