OK, so Thursday I happily bring home the new monster and get it hooked up and a couple of fine folks on the board helped me dispose of my two 20-inch ACD's. First thing I noticed when I had it next to the 20-inch ACD I just sold is that the color is really faded, so I put a spectrometer to it and calibrated them both individually. The 20-inch ACD still looked much richer and crisper. Additionally, the 30-inch ACD has a a tannish cast in the upper right corner. Barely noticeable, but it is there. Now, today, while running PhotoChop, I notice flickering green and blue pixels in some of the images I am editing - but get this - the pixels are not stationary - they are dynamic and move around with the image in the same place?!?!? A restart usually cures this for a while, but then I just queued up Dashboard (it's raining cat's and dogs here) and it was doing it on my weather widgets - same thing - I move them around and the flickering "dead/stuck" pixels move with them. That said, I don't want to haul this thing and my G5 to the Apple Store tomorrow in order to replicate the problem. I just had my Mac guy here yesterday doing some networking with the Dell and it passed the old hardware test without a hitch. Is it that this ATI 9650 can't really handle this thing (does it with and without the additional display)? Does this sound like a video card issue? Lastly, would you call Apple Care in hopes that it is a known issue with the card and they send me a new one? Christ I do not want to un-cable tie all these wires and haul 70 pounds worth of stuff to the mall. Thanks in advance!