Bright Side of News gives their take on the Lucid multi-GPU technology dispute in a five-page article, you can read it over here. Here's a snip from the conclusion:
Now if all of this sounds fishy then you are like us and think that this was indeed meant as a PR stunt to pull some of the blame away from LucidLogix. Simply put, the drivers are not ready for the real world. Yes, they do work and you can run multiple GPUs and get some very good scaling. But there are issues. The fact that we have not been shown if this new chip can work outside of an external solution says a lot as well.
As Lucid told us that MSI was not going to be an exclusive provider of their Hydra product they could have [and probably should have] setup a closed demo of Hydra implemented on a motherboard. We know some of the other partners that are developing their own solutions and the proper way to do a demonstration was the same as AMD used to demonstrate, when the company could not show a working prototype of a notebook from a yet undisclosed vendor.