Well, it’s official: I’ve pretty much switched.Â I have two laptops (a Powerbook and a new Centrino Compaq X1000) and two desktops (an older G4 DP450 and a dual Athlon 1600+ PC) and I definitely use the Macs more then the PCs.Â In fact, I probably use Red Hat Fedora Linux on my X1000 more so then Windows. I haven’t powered up my desktop PC for 2 weeks now either.So, last week I bought a PCI ATI Radeon 7000 graphics card for the Mac so I can finally use all 3 21″ screens on it instead of on the PC.Â Found a great deal on eBay where they have cards (meant for the PC) that have been reflashed with a Mac compatible BIOS.Â It works like a charm!Â The PC versions have 64MB DDR instead of 32MB too. All I needed was to go out and buy a DVI – VGA adapter so that the card could drive both monitors. I also ran a utility called PCI Extreme so that Quartz Extreme would work with the PCI card and noticed a definite improvement in speed. At only $80, how could I go wrong? Next, I got tired of using the cassette adapter to use my iPod in the car.Â So I bought a Griffin iTrip for $35 at the local Microcenter.Â It works great!Â I can choose any FM frequency using a playlist stored on the iPod.Â Sweet!Â Highly recommended. The sound quality was much better then I anticipated.