Hi. I'm about to buy my first Mac Pro. I'll be using it as a workstation and server, probably with two monitors attached. I rarely play games and the most taxing work I do to the video card is doing something like iMovie on one screen and Photoshop on the other or something like that. I don't have any problem upgrading things on my own and this will the first pre-configured desktop I've ever bought. OTOH I know that I can't just go buy any old video card and toss it in like I could with Windows. So, I THINK the ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT 256MB will be sufficient for my needs. I THINK in 1-3 years when I get really sick of it, I'll be able to go out and buy some sweet new card and just pop it in. Am I wrong about this? Should I just suck it up and buy the NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT 512MB now? It's not about the extra $150, although I like saving money. I'm concerned about two things: 1. I've already made the decision to buy a Mac Pro and I'd rather have instant gratification and go pick one up today rather than waiting for it to arrive in the mail 2. I wonder if the GeForce 8800 GT is not sufficiently better than the ATI to be worth buying. However, if the ATI sucks, or I'm wrong and can't easily or economically (say $300 or less) buy a better video card in a year or two than the GeForce 8800, maybe I should buy the GeForce now. I know this is a popular topic and I've done the reading but haven't really found much to help me make the decision from this angle. Thanks a lot, - Andrew.