Hi all, I just thought I'd share with you the solution I have found for issues with a jittery screen when looking around the field of view in-game. Tested on an M18x with dual 6990m cards in CrossfireX mode, but should apply to pretty much any PC with current generation AMD cards. This method assumes that your PC setup is sufficient to supply a higher frame rate than your monitor's refresh rate. If it doesn't chances are you don't have this issue anyway. For an example of what I mean, look here... Many people have reported the issue in Battlefield 3. But I was having the same issue in varying degrees in all FPS games including BF3 and MW3. Aafter trying hundreds of conbinations of settings, the following method works best for me. 1. Download and install 'RadeonPro' and reboot your computer. 2. Open 'RadeonPro' and in your global profile, under the advanced tab, set 'Flip Queue Size' to '5'. 3. Under the 'Visual' tab, set V-Sync to 'Off, unless application specifies'. 4. Click on 'Save Changes' 5. Go to 'Settings' and set RadeonPro to boot with Windows and Minimised. 5. In the game video settings, set V-Sync off. [/B](There will be a small amount of screen tearing depending on the refresh rate of your monitor and Frame Rate, but overall gameplay is smoother). Enjoy jitter free gaming! How does it work? I'm not exactly sure, it almost seems counterintuitive, but I think that by increasing the number of frames rendered ahead of time and disabling V-Sync, the monitor is able to display a video feed as close to realtime as possible without the frame rate matching the refresh rate exactly. This in turn means less frames are skipped by the monitor. Think of it as similar to the way a PAL DVD or Blu-ray player repackages a 30FPS NTSC video stream for playback on a PAL monitor. Hope this helps and please post your feedback. I'm happy to stand corrected if others don't succeed with this method.