Not to sound condescending, but the difference between those opinions, and ours, is that we've actually tested the video card, spent a lot of time with it it, setup different displays, used it in real-world gaming situations, and have gained opinions about it based on facts and data from our physical testing of the video card. Our opinions are educated opinions based on actual experiences using the hardware. You are free to disagree with them, but this is where we get our opinions from.
You mean the experience where you can't really use it if you have bigger than 22" displays (50Hz + performance issues for >1050p resolutions), or the one where it doesn't support nvsurround aware game HUDs, or where it only worked without issues in 2 out of 5 games tested, or the one when it posed serious usability problems in one of them and simply refused to work with the one of the most popular games currently? And all that without even a mention of alternatives. Ah, yes, truly a golden product.