Do you think that us Powermac G5 owners are going to be stuck with the stock 6600 in our PCIE slots? It was good news that Apple (eventually) switched from AGP to PCIE on the current (and last) Powermac G5s. But honestly, if we didn't purchase from Apple and go for the custom build then we have no way to upgrade. 18 months ago Steve Jobs was really going to town with core image and core video but have never given us any video cards up to the job. EG. spend £1400 on a Powermac (supposed to be Apple's pro line) and get what? - a £50 6600LE? or spend another £400 for the mid level machine and it has a £75 6600. And most shocking, buy a quad and STILL receive the pitiful 6600. None of these cards are good performers with Core Image/Video. How can that be in Apple top line machines? It seems like video performance is NOT on the top of Apple's list. So how about Nvidia or ATI? Surely there is a HUGE market for these companies to make a killing. ATI did it with on AGP and it seems like XFX/Nvidia with be offering something, but how about for PCIE? Or is that? Stuck with the 6600? How do you see this going?