Surely there is a difference between making different assumtions on what a "modern" graphics card is, and falsly accusing someone of quoting himself with the intention of misleading people? Especially if I already gave the URI of the original drobe article on the Select smartgroup. BTW, it took me about 15 seconds to find the relevant drobe article by using the search function on the homepage.
And I was not asking on the Select group to "encourage people on the Select mailing list to claim that various enhancements for the Omega are possible", but to find out some more details of ROL's plans for Select.
Also I still stand by my comment, that the LMLogon command did not work on the Iyonix I tried last Saturday. And since half of our computer club was present and witnessed it (while you were not), I don't think you can prove me wrong on that one.
By FUD I meant comments like "Relying on hot air is braindead", where they are suggesting to the average user that some plans for the Omega or its underlying technology are "hot air" and can not be released by MicroDigital at all. I call this type of comment "spreading FUD", because such things have been said about many aspects of the Omega, wich are reality now.