Right now I'm waiting for Rev. B G5s (aren't we all...). Once they arrive and I get mine, I would like to connect 3 17" lcd displays, two to the AGP card the PM comes with and one to a PCI card. Several questions occur: Will the Radeon 7000 Mac Edition (the "newest" mac pci card available, right?) work with the PCI-X slots in the G5? The offcial statement on www.pcisig.com is that PCI-X is fully backwards compatible with PCI, but right here in these forums (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=34926&highlight=pci) it has been said that 5V pci cards won't work in the G5s, only newer low voltage cards. As I wasn't able to find out the voltage of the Radeon 7000, can someone here say for sure if it will work in the G5s or not? Are there any news on the rumored Radeon 9200 Mac Edition PCI card with 128 MB VRAM? I assume a brand new PCI card would obviously work in the G5s. Assuming the Radeon 7000 does work or/and the Radeon 9200 will be out shortly, will I then actually be able to have a massively wide, continuous desktop across all 3 lcd displays? (Sorry, it's probably a dumb question, but I never had a multiple display setup before.) Would it be alltogether more clever to wait for the Rev. C G5s (if I find a very strong patience-inducing medication, that is) as they will probably sport the "revolutionary" PCI-Express technology? Will PCI-Express really be such a great step forward? Any and all opinions/insight/comic relief will be greatly appreciated!