I've been toying with the idea of upgrading my video card for quite a while now, maybe a year or so. I'm getting a new set of monitors for work so I'm pretty much forced to at this point. I'm getting 2 27" LED Cinema displays. I have a Mac Pro 4,1 with a PC GTS 250 1GB video card now. I've narrowed down my choices to Sapphire 7950 Mac edition the ATI Radeon 7970 3 GB from MacVidCards on eBay the EVGA 680 Mac edition I saw the review and it seems the 680 is the winner in terms of pure performance. I'm not a crazy gamer, but a casual one. I would probably play more if I had a better card now but I don't need to push every setting to max. I like the idea of being native to mini display port. I think MacVidCards only has one nVidia and I believe it only has one display port on it. I really don't want to get into adapters and stuff hanging off of the back of my machine. I just want everything to be nice and good and not flicker or have problems and drive the displays and take care of some casual gaming while not feeling like I'm throwing away money on something outdated. I'm also half hoping that when the nMPs come out that ATI drivers will work better, but I'm not holding my breath. So, what would you do?