Thanks to Rogier Wolff, yes! Head on over to http://www.bitwizard.nl/cgi-bin/abit and add another data point. Be sure to describe as much about your system as possible, especially whether you run X Windows, and whether you run CPU-intensive processes, such as the RC-5 client or Seti@Home. This last point is especially important since the BP6 is perfectly stable for many people as long as they're not running them. Also, success reports are just as important as failures. If your system runs fine, please report it, it may help find a workaround, or pinpoint the problem area for people who do get crashes.