Right now I have a Radeon ALL in wonder 9800 pro card. I paid about $400 for it back in the day(yikes!). Anyways, I'm not currently playing games so I'm not worried about that, but I do want to run multi monitors since I just got a new 24". My question is, would you opt to get a new AGP card, or go with a PCI card. I was researching this, and I am leaning towards going with http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102696 Just something cheap that should do the trick I figured that if and when I build my new rig, the PCI could transfer if I ever run more than 2 monitors again( I used to run 3 17" CRT's, talk about space). Also, if I were to upgrade my AGP card, I would want it to have directx 10 so that I can run Vista, if I ever choose to. However, I read ATI will probably come out with theirs first in May because Nvidia has delayed theirs. I'm just trying to avoid having to possibly upgrade the agp card twice. Thoughts?