I just opened a wonderful present from my mom and dad -- a new PowerM...erm... Mac Pro. It was a surprise, and what a great one. I'm a little amused/concerned about my mom's buying experience, though. She ordered the machine over the phone from Apple. She has almost negative knowledge about computers, so whenever she has bought one for me as a gift, she calls Apple up to get advice and place the order with a live person. The weird part about the order is that the guy talked her into buying three GeForce 7300 cards. When I asked her why the upgrade, she said she was told that's what you'd want to have if you were "making a web site." I guarantee you that she had no intention of outfitting me with a system to run six monitors simultaneously, and wouldn't have asked for that upgrade without being convinced it was a good idea. Why would the dude from Apple up-sell three graphics cards to someone who clearly doesn't know the first thing about computers? Just seems kinda weird to me. Maybe Apple's trying to get rid of these GeForce 7300s? Must mean an upgrade's around the corner!