What with SLI being all the rage now and all what do you think the chances are of the future Intel PowerMac replacements having SLI? I always thought Apple were the most in need of SLI since its primary achievement is decent frame rates at ultra high resolutions so the Apple 30" display could be utilized to its full extent. The only problem is as far as I know Intel don't have an SLI chipset out right now. They've had a Xeon board with dual SLI out for ages but I don't think it supported SLI. What do you guys think of the chances and if you'd be interested? Personally I already have an SLI PC and love the SLIness of it although I doubt I utilise it to its full extent. The thing I like the most about my setup is that I can run Flight Sim at full settings on three displays. I never saw the point of dual displays in games but three displays is awesome. Yes I know SLI only supports one display but the ability to have multiple monitors which all support decent 3D acceleration is a huge bonus in itself. Edit: I just found out that Intel have a dual slot board that does support ATI's Crossfire and nVidia could potentiall support it themselves if they added it to their driver. I really hope they do because I'm a bit of an nVidia fanboy!!