Anybody out there have experience with using fancy high-end RAM in their Mac? I've got a G5 on order, but am at a bit of a loss as to what brand/model of RAM to put in the thing if it ever ships. I assume that any PC3200 DIMMs will work in the DP2.0, and that Apple uses NECC chips (though they don't seem to say anywhere, nothing but servers seem to use ECC RAM). I've usually bought bargain-bin RAM in the past, but I've been looking at Corsair after reading some positive reviews at PC sites. But what I'm not entirely clear on are what the potential differences between cheap-ass RAM (seems to work out to about $200/GiB in 512MiB pairs after shipping regardless of the manufacturer or where I get it), decent name-brand RAM (about $260 for the same), or really expensive RAM (about $300; specifically Corsair's Pro series with the silly LEDs). I know that there's a somewhat smaller chance of getting a bad stick if you avoid generic (though I've done ok so far), and the really high end money gets you a bigger heat sink and some LED indicators (which would sure be cool in a G5 with the side panel removed), but past that are there any noticible differences to people outside the PC gamer/tweaker crowd? Anybody ever used fancy gamer RAM in their Mac? Anybody know enough to analyze the difference/non-difference? Is the stuff even going to be compatible with a G5?