Need some help deciding which 30" monitor to purchase to accommodate my new Mac Pro. The options: Apple Cinema, Dell 3007WFP-HC and HP LP3065. Aesthetically, the Apple is clearly the winner. I love the way it looks and it will be my first Apple monitor. On the other hand, both the Dell and the HP seem to offer a better monitor "on the paper", as well as some additional benefits: 1) HDCP support (both Dell/HP) 2) Additional DVI Ports (HP) In terms of price, the Dell is clearly the cheapest with ~$400 price difference. The HP offers 3 HDCP compatible DVI inputs. However, none of these monitors offer additional inputs that will allow me to connect S-Video, RCA devices . In fact, if I understand it correctly, no HDCP enabled video card is currently capable of outputting HDCP over dual-link DVI. As a result, the only benefit that I see with the HP is that i'll be able to connect my powerbook to it without disconnecting the mac pro (nice but not that important). Here is the deal: If I was able to wait for the next version of the Apple monitor 30", I would have done so. However, that's not an option because, I must decide and purchase the monitor in the next couple of days. I never had the chance to view the Dell/HP 30" in person, yet I seen the Apple in action and I like it (I never saw how it handles games). How do these monitor compare? Will the Dell/HP be better for gaming because of the improved response time? Will they omit more heat? For someone who will be using the monitor under both OSX/Windows for a combination of activities (graphic work/gaming/coding/regular usage) which one would you recommend? I guess that I am trying to find out if other than aesthetic there is still a reason to get the apple and whether I am really paying more to get less of a monitor only in a nicer casing when picking the ACD? Thanks!!!