I'm looking into getting a new mac (right now have a pismo 400). A main concern for me is screen real estate - I'll be doing alot of photo editing and possibly eventually video. I think I'll probably want 2 displays, as you tend to be able to get more real estate for less with 2 monitors. The PM G5 has two monitor ports capable of 1920x1200 (digital) or 1600x1200 (analog), according to the tech specs - so you could theoretically get up to 3840x1200, correct? Problem is if I want to get two DVI monitors, I have to get an ADC->DVI adaptor (right?) The Powerbooks can have a 2nd monitor at 2048x1536, along with the included monitor, giving up to 4.44MP, almost the same as G5. eMac has mini-VGA out, also requiring an adaptor, that'll do 1280x960. The iMacs have a video out but it seems to support only video mirroring. (Why?) Which seems to make the most sense in terms of usable real estate? Second question - I love my pismo, but the color fidelity important to photo editing is lacking - tilt the screen even a few degrees and the brightness/contrast changes dramatically. Has this changed in the newer lcd's, or would I be better off going with a CRT? Thanks!