I had posted in another thread about the Apple Cinema Display's response time, nobody had commented on my post, so I figured I'd make a thread about it. Right now I'm using a ViewSonic VX924 display with a 4 or 5ms response time, and that's a great response time. Most (maybe all?) of the ACD's have a response time of like 14ms. Now, being that my ViewSonic is only a 19" non-widescreen, I've been wanting to pick up something that's like a 20" widescreen, which the ACD 20" fits into perfectly. My only qualm is the high response time on the Apple Displays. 14ms and 4ms is a huge difference. The reason I'm so concerned is because I'm a gamer. Back when I was using PC's, I always bought CRT's because there's virtually an 0ms response time on them. I decided to try this LCD because at the time it was one of the lowest ms available. Now I've come to love LCD's because of their size and weight. So, my question is, are there any gamers out there that use the ACD for gaming? Is there any shadowing effect? If the ACD isn't good for gaming, then what is it's strong point? (is it just the design, is it that it has good color accuracy, etc.) Please don't get into telling me "the MacPro and ACD isn't meant for gaming, blah blah"...my mac pro is great for gaming. It may not be centered around that but that's what I'm doing with it. Thanks in advance guys!