I recently acquired a PowerMac G4 533Mhz for pretty cheap, upgraded the RAM to 768MB and I am thinking of using it as my primary machine for a while. It's surprisingly fast for what it is, and I enjoy using it just as much as my PowerBook G4 1.5Ghz. The only problem is that the video card in this thing stinks. It's an ATI Rage 128 PRO (AGP, 16MB VRAM) and I'm not thrilled with it. It fails at Exposé and other GUI animations, web-based flash animations, and full-screen iTunes videos. Now I know the CPU in this machine is not necessarily the fastest around, but am I wrong in thinking that an updated video card would help out a great deal? Even the ad at the top of this page is causing a delay when I type. So, what is the best Mac compatible AGP card I can get for not a lot of money, and will it be enough to remedy the issues I described earlier in my post? I'm hoping to spend only $40-50, as I don't want to invest too much in my dated machine (which is also for sale if anyone is interested ). Thanks for any help you guys can provide. EDIT: Oh, and if it matters, this PowerMac is the "Macintosh Server G4" edition and the AGP slot has a separate small black connector in front of it that the current card also plugs into (power adapter?). I'm not sure if that means I need a card with that connector or not. Hope someone can help!