please provide more useful information
In general i find that you test alot of hardware, mostly always stuff that is relevant to people, however, i sadly also find that your tests are almost always not very useful to people, or atleast me..
the first example is with graphics cards, you provide lots of benchmarks, but more interresting information is compatibility and bugs, for instance you never seem to hit the countless of bugs people with ati experience, rendering the actual benchmark pointless, as we can not purchase based on your recommendations, as we do not know if the stuff really works, or what kinds of nasty issues we will run into.
Secondly, and well, perhaps abit of an extension to the first, you write that you test with ubuntu and fedora for example, well, thats not really useful to people. Ubuntu is incredibly shaky, does all sorts of weird things.. For example, i have purchased a motherboard from gigabyte, which you said all pheripherals works out of the box with.. So i connect the system up, and find that they really do not (atleast not under !ubuntu). First thing thats weird is that audio doesent work at all the way its supposed to, i was able to mostly work around that though, but more annoyingly the two onboard realtek 8111c nic's are giving heaps of trouble.. on livecds with <2.6.25(aka all of them), only 1 nic works, the others thinks its fiber nic and detects no link.. when i boot into 2.6.25, both nic's work, but only if i enable either ONE of apic or msi.. not with both.. So PLEAASSEE test the hardware with VANILLA kernels on distributions which does _NO_ weird weird mystical stuff.. like slackware or gentoo or arch.. or at the very least compile your own kernels on these systems... otherwise your reviews are not worth much to us. Also, very useful information would be to attach dmesgs, lspci's, /proc/interrupts and such.. For instance, it took me about 2 months to find someone with a specific gigabyte motherboard that could show me /proc/interrupts, yet you had such a board, and could as easily as nothing have put this extremely useful (to me) information online.
Dont get me wrong, i apreciate your work, but you could easily be very much more useful, with very little work.