Hi Folks, My question has two parts, for the first, since a couple of days I've got a nice apple 20" display. But now for the weird part. On my powerbook as a second monitor it works flawlessly. But on my powermac (G4-sawtooth) the system i bought it for it is a littly flaky. When i boot the mac ther is no picture. Only when the powermac goes to sleep and i wake it up again, then there is a picture. And since the display is installed the system crashes like carzy <like 2 times a day>.. so after repairing permissions and stuff without any succes I called apple, and after telling this story and linking the display to my powerbook, it seemed logical to the both of us <the apple guy and me> that there is a problem with my videocards DVI interface. The VGA part used to work fine on a CRT Iiyama. It's an old system, with an old card, so i can live with that diagnosis, it's some ATI with 32MB ram and a TV out, which i don't use. So the apple guy sais, buy a new vedeocard or a new mac... Well, cashflowwise, i can't buy a new mac. Hence i'm looking for a new card. I stumbled upon this card: ATI 9000 Pro 128 MB Mac for a sweet price. And although i know the ADC won't work on my sawtooth, the DVI will. What do you think? Is it a good card? Will i notice some speed difference? Or is this card an overkill? Does this card support CoreImage? Any advice? Thoughts? On the DVI interface malfunctioning?