I've been multitasking with several screen-hogging programs recently and have come to the conclusion that I need a large monitor to fit lots of stuff I'm working on. It doesn't need to be a great graphics monitor as it's for the office. For photography I'll be picking up an NEC or Dell when budget allows. Anyway, I found several likely candidates at Monoprice.com. I saw them discussed by Mac users on some other boards I later found and the comments were favorable. When I went to the site to look at the specs I was amazed to find a "not Mac compatible" warning (see below). Is this just because they don't want to support Macs or could there be a real hardware incompatibility? Thanks for any insights. ---------from the Monoprice product page----------- This monitor is equipped with a DVI-D Dual Link input ONLY. It REQUIRES a video card capable of producing a DVI-D DUAL LINK signal. If you are unsure of whether your system is compatible with this monitor or not, please contact Monoprice Technical Support for assistance. This monitor is NOT Mac compatible!