Hi guys, I’m a graphics dude who’s been working with Powermacs/MacPros since 8 years or so. I’m very serious about soft proofing for print and bought an Eizo (CG303W, 30") 2 years ago. Since my beefed-up 2008 MP is becoming too slow to keep working with it productively, I’m in the market for the nMP. Now there are a couple of problems with it (like the lack of internal storage) which have been discussed at great lenghts here and everywhere. But apart from that and the fact that I’d rather have a Titan or 780ti than two FirePros there’s another thing that bothers me: The lack of DVI connectivity. There’s a Displayport-to-Dual-Link-DVI adapter from Apple but just read the reviews and you’ll see that it works flakey at best. I’ve used it for a project where I had to use a MacBook with my 30" and did have occasional blackouts of the screen. So here I am, with a kickass monitor that cost more than the base line nMP, unable to properly use it on the machine because Apple obviously designed this machine to win design prices, not for people to seriously work with it. And to top it all, they couldn’t even bothered to produce a DP-Dual-Link-DVI-Adapter that Just works® It sucks to be an Apple pro users these days. It really does. And don’t get me started on their glossy, non-hardware-calibratable thunderbolt displays, ~80% AdobeRGB is a joke.