Just as a background, I currently own an '09 13" MacBook Pro and a desktop PC. I am currently considering getting the new Mac Pro. I know that the Mac Pro is primarily a workstation desktop. I'm a film student who does a lot of film editing projects and plan to expand this into my career in the future. Right now, my macbook pro just isn't cutting it anymore. What I basically want is a future proof editing machine. My budget maxes out around $4500. I know that Apple is touting its standard dual GPU, ATI's FirePro card. I know that these cards were not made with gaming in mind. But I do game occasionally and wouldn't mind running windows boot camp to play some games every now and then. Does anyone know what kind of performance gaming wise that the FirePro cards might compare to? Or will they just be miserable in that department? I figured that these cards are no slouches and will at least be able to handle some decent games, maybe not on high settings but normal settings. I am just really unfamiliar with workstation GPU's so when people say they are not meant for gaming, I don't know if they mean they're just not quite up with the performance of other gaming centric GPU's in that price range or if they are just terrible in that field. I don't play crazy intensive games. My typical PC games will be Star Wars: The Old Republic, Star Wars: Empire At War, Age of Mythology, etc. Mostly RTS and MMO games. I may be playing more graphic intensive games down the road if the Mac Pro can handle them, but I just don't have a good grip on what these cards can do gaming wise, mostly rendering and editing proficiency. If one of my buddies comes over with a newer game and wants to LAN, I would like to be able to keep up and play right on my desktop. I know this was a long post, but any answers to this would be greatly appreciated!