Experts only Hey everyone, I've been searching around like crazy and can't get any confirmation on this. I'm buying a new video card to support 2 VGA monitors and my HDMI 1.4 3D HDTV. Does ATI now support 3D displays? Or are they still making you pay 200 for Tri-Def software? I am setting up a triple display machine with 2 matching 19'' LCD screens, and a 47'' PASSIVE 3D HDTV. I've asked for a lot of help in other forums, please don't mock the TV, it actually works great and I don't get ****ty FPS in each eye because it is PASSIVE, I repeat PASSIVE. My budget is 100-250 USD, 100-250€, or 100-220£. I have only 1 PCI-e slot. I understand that NVidia offers better 3D support, but they don't have support for 3 monitors like ATI does. There is one, the GF GTX 560 MULTIVIEW 1GB DDR5, but it only supports 3 monitors if 2 are HDMI. I am used to ATI drivers being sub par, but I am hopeful that with the new wave of 5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx etc. they have upped their game, and read a rumor they no longer required you to buy 3rd part software. I currently am using a 4650 so I am 1 series too low to test this. I am not a hard core PC gamer, I just want some pretty graphics on games like Tera or Diablo or some older flight simulators. Please help! Thank you!