I have two Nvidia GTX 560 TI's so I can have support for up to 4 monitors, but I've had nothing but trouble and as suggested to me before I think the cards may be the issue. First issue is I get tons of "crash reported" notices and apps that randomly crap out. This is completely random. It's usually not even an app I'm using that crashes. The other issue is the inability to get 3 monitors to work properly. Ended up having to use a separate X session for the 3rd one. It's still a bit flaky, as when I reboot all hell breaks loose and I have to reconfigure everything. Someone recommended FOSS cards (I think it was called that). Not sure what that is or what company I should look into. Would ATI be better? From what I understand Nvidia refuses to help the Linux devs out by giving them code or what not so that may be why the weird issues, is ATI better perhaps? Very specific card models may be hard to get since I'm in Canada where selection of specifics is usually very limited compared to the states, but I'll take suggestions and go from there. Idealy, it would be nice to have a single card that can support at least 3 monitors (with VGA/DVI) but that's originally what I had searched for and could not find one. In fact this video card is even more unstable in Windows than in Linux. Screens randomly turn off and back on, etc... that was actually one of my primary motivations to go with Linux as I originally thought it was a windows issue but upon further research everyone who has this card has this problem. It's never done this in Linux, but I have a whole other set of troubles as mentioned. So any suggestion for a better card? Idealy I want it to be half decent as far as gaming goes. While I don't game a lot, I still want a card that will support most games like UT3 and Minecraft as well as newer stuff.