Previously I had posted about long renders and share times in FCPX. With a few adjustments I am saving a bit of time, but it is still no where as fast as FCP7 due to the ability to export to a QT Reference File. Plus my share files before I encode in AME are huge (Gigs instead of Mbs). With 10.1 out and the new Mac Pros out I was thinking that a new rig would speed things up. However, I wonder if just a new video card would help. I currently have a Mac Pro 3.33 Ghz 6 Core with the original video card (whatever came with them 3-4 years ago). With the move to OpenCL (which I don't really understand how it works), would getting some new and faster video card help with renders, shares, and encodes? Please let me know your opinion. I shoot in HD, minimum 1 hour long videos, which get encoded down to 100 MB files for Internet distribution. We shoot a lot of video, so saving time would be of great help, short of moving back to FCP7.