http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets/sh ... spx?i=3461
However the Core i7s will remain on the s1366 socket.
I think this basically means that one can expect s1366 boards to remain pretty expensive as long as the core i7 is at the top of the tree. I wonder if it also means that s1156 boards will lack features, as an attempt to push people towards the higher-end stuff - probably not IMO, but possible.
If Intel commit to s1156 / s1366 for a decent length of time I suppose it won't be so bad, but if they dump s1156 relatively quickly it could annoy a lot of customers.
Hopefully Intel will keep their new processor branding simple, rather than the mess that the Core 2 Duo / Quad ended up being. So far AFAIK they're keeping it at Core i3/i5/i7, which isn't particularly intuitive, but not bad as long as they don't tack further names on the end.