I just moved to a new place, and with the new setup, my Mac Pro is now virtually next to my HDTV (looks pretty swank, with a 30" cinema about 10' away from a 60" plasma). I used to have a Mac Mini (earlier intel model) hooked up to the HDTV, connected via gigabit ethernet to my Mac Pro, where all of my movies/music/time machine were stored. Now that I'm set up like this, I was wondering if it would be advantageous to delete the mac mini from the system, and just have the mac pro run both my 30cinema and my 60plasma (it's a 720p vizio). The mac pro is a 2.66 quad-core, with the stock 3gb ram. Of course, I realize that I'd either need to get a new video card with dual outputs, or a separate video card. I'd prefer to get one with HDMI out, so I can run the one cable, but I'll do DVI+audio if necessary. Just wanted to get some input from people on what other considerations there would be if I went with this mac-pro-only setup. Honestly, the Mini probably isn't worth that much, so I'm leaning toward just keeping it as a dedicated htpc (if I were doing it all again today, i'd probably just buy the new appletv and be done with it). The only thing that keeps me from getting the $99 appletv is that there are some tv shows that we watch on websites that, AFAIK, aren't supported by atv...I guess we could watch those few on the 30cinema, but it is nice to have everything available on that big ol' plasma.