from todays news at accelerate your mac: "ATI Displays 4.2 includes 9200 PCI card logo - At MWSF 2004 ATI had a 128MB PCI Mac card based on the 9000 series graphics chip running at their booth. I've had several readers ask about this card since posting that info back in January, but no official product announcement yet from ATI. However the reader that did the patches to the ATI 4.2 Displays for the OEM 9800 Pro and 9600 Pro cards recently posted a note that the 4.2 ATI displays contains the ID/logo of the new card: " While digging throught the newly released ATI Displays 4.2 (figuring out how to make it work with my OEM card), I came across this graphic. http://www.etracer.net/graphics/radeon_9200_pci.gif It's in a resource file containing logo graphics for all the rest of the Mac ATI cards that the ATI Displays application supports. It can be found in the Contents/Resources/en.lproj/Localized.rsrc file inside the ATI Displays package. Looks like we'll soon be seeing a PCI Radeon 9200. Etracer" Rumor has it the card will be priced similarly to the existing 7000 PCI card model but only time will tell. I'm planning on replacing my older PCI Radeon card in the B&W G3 with one of these when it's available."