This is the part I liked best
The yield of the NV30 is not going to be very high due to a very complex design and new manufacturing technology, thus, the company may launch a lower-clocked version of their most powerful and feature-rich graphics processor.
If this actually happens, and the high end version (at $400) runs at, say, 400MHz, and they run the lower end version (at $300 maybe?) at 325MHz or even 300MHz to help keep yields somewhat high, to me, that would be awesome. So maybe 75% performance for 75% of the price?
Ah, probably end up as nothing but wishful thinking though