I've got a Mac Pro from November 2006. It's been working fine all these years, until the video card died a few weeks ago. It was a GeForce 7300 GT which I run with dual 23" cinima displays. Been researching what I should buy to replace the card and I'm getting frustrated by what seems to be a supreme lack of options. Is it really this difficult? An Apple customer service rep told me that I could just buy any PCI graphics card, but a few minutes of research told me that was wrong and only specific video cards made for Macs will work in my computer. So I'm checking out the Video Card Upgrades page and it seems my only options are: ATI Radeon 2600: I'd have to jump through a lot of hoops to get this to work GeForce 8800 GT: Can only seem to find it used. Quadro FX 5600: Incredibly expensive ATI Radeon HD3870: Not as much as the 5600, but still pretty expensive What gives? I just want to find an affordable card with 2 dvi outputs (I consider the 3870 to be expensive). Is that going to happen? I'm starting to think I might as well sell one of my displays, toss the Mac Pro's hard drives into a Drobo, buy a stand and use my MacBook Pro in clamshell mode. At least on that deal I'd make some money.