Some more recommendations for the "Editing Skyrim Settings - Advanced" section:
"A more general recommendation is to cap the frame rate to 2/3 of the monitor's refresh rates which is measured in hertz. For example, a user with a 120Hz monitor should cap their frame rate to 40FPS."
Shouldn't that cap be 80? That would be 2/3. As it is, 40 is 1/3.
"Antialiasing - Mode
Mode should be set to "Application-controlled" for Skyrim. The default AA method in Skyrim is Multisampling (MSAA), so "Application-controlled" yields MSAA. For other users, the "Application-controlled" value allow the game to control AA. The "Override any application setting" will override the game's AA and force the AA method which is specified below in Antialiasing - Setting. The "Enhance the application setting" will process the AA method specified below in Antialiasing - Setting on top of the game's default AA. This last method can be performance intensive."
Why not mention the situation where the user might be using SMAA as an option for AA? In that case the user would probably want to use "Override any application setting", then set "Application - Setting" to "Application-controlled / Off". As far as I know, this would cause the driver to not do antialiasing, leaving the job for SMAA. Unless the settings should be set differently for doing that?
Also, I'm confused by the conflicting data about Anisotropic filtering. On one hand it says "It is recommended to force AF through the drivers." And then later, on another hand it says "ENB/ENBoost users should keep AF disabled in the drivers and turn it on the "enblocal.ini" file." I know there had been some discussion about this previously somewhere... but why must ENB or ENBoost users do things differently? Isn't doing it through the drivers more efficient?