Hey Everyone, I am looking for advice from the super-techno hardware power users out there regarding the use of Sony GDM W900 monitors with a new Mac system. Before some of you start slamming the idea ("why would you want those huge radioactive behemoths! Get a 20" Cinema or a 23" Cinema HD and be done with it!") please understand the following: 1) I have the desk real estate for two 24" 16:10 monitors 2) I can get them off-lease for $700 each. @ 1900 x 1200 apiece, that's the productive screen equivalent to TWO 23" Cinema HDs for $600 LESS than ONE Apple HD display. Bang for the buck, bigtime. 3) I tend to like the color and off-axis viewing of CRT over an LCD anyway (although the gap is rapidly closing). Having said that, here is my technical dilemma. The stock ATI Radeon 9000 and the optional NVidia GeForce4 Ti both support 1900 x 1200 CRT resolutions. OS X, however, does not seem to support anything beyond 1600 x 1200 for CRTs. I emailed Sony, ATI, and NVidia. Sony said "ask the card maker," ATI gave me nothing conclusive, and NVidia (who gave me the best attention, BTW) stated conclusively that the Ti supports it and that OS X is the stumblingblock. What would be the best strategy for making this work? Will I need two cards? Is there a reliable hack I could use to enable the higher CRT widescreen resolutions? I fear that Apple might be artifically cripping their systems to prevent this very thing, and I want to get around it. Anyone out there using one or two Sony GDM W900s successfully with a MMD G4 system? Thanks for your help.