^ Someone posted this on another thread. I thought one of the main benefits to display port connections is you only need ONE for a computer, as you can connect as many displays as you want. Mainly this is done through daisy chaining. Apple's displays don't have a mini-displayport in which defeats the purpose of one of display ports points of use. I have 1 24" Apple LED LCD, and 1 23" Apple CCFL LCD that is 7 years old and crapping out. As the 24" LED is soon to be discontinued I bought another one today before they're off the shelves to replace the 23" display (I'd rather have two of the same displays for consistency than another display with different specs). My 2008 8 core Mac Pro has the ATI Radeon HD 4870 and I thought you could connect two displays to that one port with a simple cable that splits that connection to two displays. I searched for mini-displayport splitters and was surprised to find that there are no cables that simply split one mini-display port connection, but splitter hubs that cost $200-300 each. Any thoughts/helps? Thanks!