Power consumption is honestly better than I was expecting (5700 going toe to toe with the 2060 super while consuming less power), and it will be interesting to see what better drivers might bring. I still think both variants are slightly overpriced. Not only because their market share is still a fraction of NVidia's, but on a feature level. As controversial as ray tracing still is, both Intel and AMD are claiming to include it in the future, and the fact remains that NVidia's cards have it right now. If AMD slammed in a bunch of dedicated ray tracing hardware onto these new GPU's, do you think they would have only raised the price by $20? That's how you can tell these are overpriced. Just like the V2.