I'm thinking about buying an iMac G5, and was looking for some advice on the quality of the display. The 17" display I believe is the same as in the old 17" iMac, and maybe also the same as in the 17" PowerBook, but I'm not sure. The 20" display seems to be the same as the old 20" plastic cinema display before the recent aluminum update. Anyways, here are the specs on the 2 screens: 17" screen: Resolution of 1440x900, viewing angles of 120° horizontal and 90° vertical, brightness of 200 cd/m, and a contrast ratio of 350:1 20" screen: Resolution of 1680x1050, viewing angles of 170° horizontal and 170° vertical, brightness of 230 cd/m, and a contrast ratio of 350:1 What really stands out here to me is the low viewing angles on the 17", especially when compared to the viewing angles on the 20". I really do NOT need a 20" display, and would much prefer the 17". However, I am worried that the screen is not that good, and that maybe I should spend the extra $300 (after subtracting the cost of the upgrade to the 160GB drive) for the 20" display even though I don't need the extra real estate. So what is everyone's opinion on the matter? Since these screens have both been used in old products, can you comment on their quality? What should I buy?