Hi guys, I have a few questions regarding a multi monitor set up for my home PC, but first, some background info. I bought an ATI HD 4670 (PCI-e) a few months back. It has 3 video outputs, 1x HDMI, 1x VGA and 1x DVI. I knew from the start that I wasn't going to be able to use all three outputs at once for a 3 monitor set up, which is sad. So, here goes: 1- Is there absolutely no way for me to use all 3 video outputs at once? Maybe modified drivers, something along those lines? 2- If the answer to the above question is negative, then would getting an additional PCI (not express) graphics card be an option to have more than 2 monitors running at once? The main card would be connected to a PCI-e slot. 3- Are USB graphics cards any good for gaming? I've been eyeing the HP USB Graphics adapter (I work at HP so I get a discount) as of late. Think flight sims. http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/13226_na/13226_na.HTML#Technical Specifications 4- How much of a toll do USB graphics cards take on CPU power? 5- Did I miss any alternative? If so please let me know. By the way, I can't afford a Matrox adapter.