I know that Asus is moving forward at high speed with all the new models, but can they really call the G73JH and "old model"? Quote from a post on Newegg: "Manufacturer Response: Dear Valued Customer, I do apologize for the issues you are having with your notebook. Please visit our driver support page here ASUSTeK Computer Inc. -Support- Drivers and Download G73Jh. You might be able to find the drivers you are looking for. It is unfortunate that driver support seems to stop after a few years, but with games and applications constantly coming out, it is difficult to keep things up to day in some of our older models. I hope your issues can be resolved via the driver support site. If not, always remember you can get notebook support by calling 1-888-678-3688. Best Regards, Tien ASUS Customer Loyalty" Newegg.com - ASUS G Series G73JH-X1 NoteBook Intel Core i7 720QM(1.60GHz) 17.3" 8GB Memory 500GB HDD 7200rpm DVD Super Multi ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 Despite all the various problems, and the 3 RMA´s, and the missing KB light, and, and... I´ve learned to love and hug this awesome machine! In 2 weeks the 2 year warranty is done and gone, I sure hope the GPU and the mobo can handle the heat and the 12/14 hourly daily use a little longer... The i7 920XM is chugging along with no problems at all, but the GPU is getting hot, maybe time for a repaste again.. So what do you fellow G73JH users think? Is it an old machine after 2 years? How many more years of use and performance can I expect from it? The hardware is not good, too many issues, but the design, oh man, the design! The looks from airport security when it´s removed from the bag, and the nods, smiles and thumbs up, and some people even get angry, weird... Maybe because they only have their Ipad/pods, whatever it is, those small and tiny things.