I shamelessly copied and pasted this from SantaDuck.com ATI updates Mac Radeon ROM & Drivers: ATI today released the ATI Displays Control Panel 4.4 (a revised drivers for both OEM and retail Radeon cards), as well as the September 2004 Firmware Update for retail Radeon cards. These drivers are newer than those included in Apple's recent OS X 10.3.5 update. Owners of OEM cards should now be able to access new control panel settings such as FSAA, anisotropic filtering, and depending on the card, other updated features including Mac2TV (Video Output, Simulscan), Mirror Displays (VERSAVISION display rotation, 3D, 2D, and DVD Acceleration Support). See the release notes below for full details. Retail cards require the ROM (firmware) update before the driver update. The release notes read in part: "The current version of ATI Displays supports all retail and OEM (Apple Supplied) RADEON cards (including built-in graphics in PowerBook, iBook and eMac products). ATI Displays will work with Rage 128 retail products with limited functionality and will also identify Rage II and older products, but will not provide Mac2TV or other settings. ATI Displays supports significant new features all RADEON cards... The primary feature of interest to most users will be the 3D/Open GL Overrides. This is available for all RADEON products running on any Power Mac..." Links here: http://www2.ati.com/drivers/macosx-ati-displays-4-4-readme.html I'm at work, so someone should install this and let us know how exciting it is! EDIT: I've included the Firmware download link below, as well as the ATI Displays 4.4 Software download link. Please scroll and find the post.