I need to drive 4 DVI monitors: 30", 24" 2x22", plus preferably a 1080 LCD TV. I want to do an occasional gaming in windows, thus the dual 5770s are a possibility, however, there is no definitive answer yet, whether or not Ill be able to crossfire them in windows. And a single 5770 driving games, might not be enough in a year or so, thus as somebody suggested, it might be possible to get a 5870 for gaming and stick a gt120 to drive the 2x22" monitors in OSX only. However I was on the phone with an apple tech who said the 2010 MP's PSU wont handle anything beyond a single 5870. It was my understanding that the 2009 MP could have up to 3 or 4 gt120 at once. I dont know how these gt120s were connected in the '09 model so whoever has them might be of help. Since if you could drive 4 gt120s in '09, you would need 4 cable to power them up, or they didnt need any cables to power them up in the first place (?), or apple chopped off 2 cables from '10 PSU to divert all the power to the more powerful cards (which I doubt that tech would have the knowledge of). There is also an option of buying a single 5770 with the new MP, then selling it and flashing 2 PC 5770s to have the crossfire in windows for gaming and have them drive 4 monitors plus a TV in OSX. Sorry for the messy, lengthy question, but i really would appreciate any input so I can finally order the Mac I need.