Hi, A couple of days ago, a friend of mine has received his new Mac Pro, it's the first in our country So, he's asked me to help him out for getting started on the right foot. I've got 2 issues with this. He's upgrading from the old Mac Pro, and his main occupation is publishing books. So, he has a lot of great, very high quality photos that he's retouching in photoshop. To his old Mac Pro was connected the old Cinema HD display 30 inch, which he wants to connect to the new mac pro. 1. The main issue is that the cinema hd display has a DVI cable and the new mac pro doesn't have an input for that. So, i've tried both ways, a dvi to thunderbolt adaptor and dvi to hdmi. In both cases it's exactly the same, i get the screen, however at a very low resolution, about 1200x800 or something like that. The display settings doesn't give me any better option than that. Is there some kind of driver which solves this issue? I've looked on the net, but there are only drivers for pc (windows). Any suggestions please? 2. This one is clearly a bug, i guess some people has encountered it in previous osx version, as i did too, but now it occurs also on this new mac pro. The problem is, when copying folders to another disk, for instance from a manual backup or in my case, from the internal disk (slow) of the old mac pro to a new hd (fast) on the new mac pro. Anyway, the point is that, when copying entire folders, sometimes i get this error message that the ".DS_Store" file already exists and can't be copied. Of course the whole copy process stops... I guess this happens because osx builds this file automatically. Usually it should wait till the copy finishes, then it might create this invisible file. The problem occurs, so it seems, when osx creates this file on the destination disk before it copied the original on. So, when it wants to copy this same file which also exists in the source folder, i get this error... In a previous osx there was a utility for removing all these invisible files and patch the system so it wouldn't create them anymore. However, it doesn't seem to work anymore with the latest osx. Any suggestion please? Thanks a lot. Joel.