Hello all: I've made the decision that I will be purchasing a new Mac Pro (not sure which one or the details yet though), but it will be a Mac Pro for 100% sure. Also I wanted to get another monitor. I currently have a 23" cinema display but have really wanted to get a bigger main monitor to put in the center/main spot, & then also keep my current older 23" cinema display in use as a 2nd one (and set it up as an 'extended desktop' like mode, to the right of my HOPEFULLY NEW 30" MONITOR . I do lots of graphics work & video so that will help a LOT One thing though is that I think since I've waited this long & am finally ready to get it all, it'd actually be probably a smart idea to hold off a few more days; until that developer meeting or conference expo thing from almighty where most (smart ) people around the web; and pretty much all of the awesome folks here at MR agree about too!) ....grrr I have to order the Mac Pro & Monitor TOGETHER because I am using a special deal that requires that & since I need a bigger monitor I might as well do it this way I'd think? I want to wait until the Apple event in a week or what ever because I am hoping that they finally upgrade their monitor lineup and make an updated 30 inch one with a builtin isight since I don't have one right now. Plus MacRumor's buying guide also doesnt recommend buying the monitor right now if you can wait, which I can. barely But I'm just not sure which is the best way to actually set the darn thing up to have it run as good as it can. From the way I see it, there are just a few ways it could go, but let me know if I'm missing something. Assuming that a new 30 inch display comes out, otherwise I'll just probably buy the one they have out right now (Or is this a dumb idea? I know that there are many other monitor options out there except I just don't know much about them or how to pick a good one)......... so if I buy that new Mac Pro, a new big 30 inch display, & want to also hook up my current 23" cinema display I have now to it, which of these would be best? #1 - Buy the "better" more expensive graphics card which is the ATI one. And then have both monitors hooked up to it (I think I need just a cheaper adapter to convert that newer port type to my monitor's DVI or whatever). #2 - Buy 2 separate cheaper nvidia cards and connect each display to its own card. #3??? QUESTION IF I did #1, and use what I think is the faster graphics card of the 2 available; and have it power BOTH of my displays (a 30" & 23"), would it actually be less efficient err like not as good as say, #2? ......#2 is where I have 2 separate but slower nvidia cards, with each one only having to power/drive a single display (I think the nvidia is a 'slower' card than the ATI due to its price. I know that sounds dumb but isnt it probably true?) Does that kind of make sense to anyone? Or am I just not thinking on the right path here & (if) the ATI card is faster overall then it should just work the same with 1 or 2 monitors somehow? thanks to any one reading!!