Is DVI needed for digital photography work? I am considering the purchase of an AMD-based computer with an integrated ATI Radeon XPress 200 video card. The computer will not be used for gaming, simply for basic office applications, digital photography, and perhaps making DVDs. The model I am considering does not have DVI out. My question is this: will the integrated video card be sufficient for my needs, or will I need to install a PCI card in order to accomodate DVI out? I am assuming that for basic office applications, analog would be fine. My concern is mainly because I plan to use it for photographs and video. I do not have any real experience with LCD monitors, and thus have no reference for comparing digital and analog. The responses to this post will not only help me decide about the video card, but also about the monitor. If the integrated card is fine, then I'll just go with an analog LCD. As a follow-up, if an upgrade is recommended, how high-end should I go? (Remember, I'm not using this for gaming, just for pics and video.) I've seen basic PCI cards with 64MB of video memory for $30 or so, and more expensive ones with up to 256MB of video memory. I am just not familiar enough with video memory to gauge how much I need. Thanks in advance.