1851 with my 6800 vanilla here.
I've got mixed feelings about this bencher in terms of what it means for the future of PC gaming. For one thing, I thought the new Canyon Flight thing was impressive. It looked very atmospheric with the mist over the water, and yet it was clear and crisp - not fuzzy or overbright. Return (again) to Proxycon was disappointing - it looked just like the '05 one, except slightly sharper and with shiny surfaces and five o'clock shadows on the soldiers!. Also, the Deep Freeze test looked just like the Source engine, but with a moving sun and a tiny fraction of the framerate on my machine. And that's without AA or AF. Ooooooooooooh. If you ask me, Valve is the only company that knows where it's at: great gameplay, compelling storylines, and great (although even decent ones would suffice) graphics WITHOUT taxing the tar out of the computer.
All in all, it's like a car benchmarking company making an extremely heavy car body in order to see whose engine can make it go the fastest. If hardware-demanding games are the PC gaming industry's way of making people buy more hardware, it's not working on me. 3DMark06 and the prospect of games with demands like it make me LESS enthusiastic about PC gaming; they make me glad that I just bought a GBA SP.