Looks OK so far but the pricing is as always what will decide, there are almost no bad products just badly priced ones. The prices on presentation slides do not mean much, prices in shops that you will pay do, for aftermarket cards with proper cooling since they again decided to use a stupid blower suitable for 100W not 200W+.
Another problem is that this performance level has been available a while and many people already have 1070-1080 = Vega56-64 or even 2070.
Hard to "upgrade" to 5700XT when one already has something close to it for a while now.
I'm all for the lower latency as long as it works flawlessly, why is it an on/off toggle? Beats me, maybe later we will learn what kind of trickery it is and what some disadvantage may be hiding in there. If it was flawless I bet it would be always ON. Hopefully it can be used always on without any issues.
Fine sharpening, contrast aware, aka probably a shader injection at the end of rendering aka better ReShade fine sharpening right in GPU driver, decent feature I think especially considering just how blurry often modern games are with their subpar AA methods especially temporal ones or god forbid FXAA. You don't want to see the horrendous blur in ACC and how tragic it's AAs are. On top of adding sharpening it would be nice if they added an option to add a very good very fast AA, so one can turn it off in games that implement some poor AA and use the better one from GPU driver instead. Of course AA being far more tricky to do right this is unlikely to happen, still they could at least offer it to developers so they are not using only the default terrible FXAA, TAA of Unreal etc. A proper high quality open source AA that anyone can use.
AMD probably launches barely available with high prices, aftermarket cards delayed for months and when those arrive Nvidia will have a price drop or refresh of their own cards at the same time to undercut AMD. Sure AMD may have a cheaper die to manufacture and better ability to go down in price but they also have to be willing to do so, look how long it took them to drop Vegas to sensible pricing.
RTX2070 vs RX5700XT... it will be interesting, sadly AMD will likely take a whole year to get aftermarket cards at competitive price to market as always. If someone starts hoarding the cards you can say goodbye to availability and prices altogether, all it takes is someone launching yet another scam coin to mine.
Latency reduction is probably the best feature
I can't stand it how most modern games lag, USB game controllers, etc. Any latency reduction anywhere is very welcome.