I finally added another LCD monitor to my PC (with 768MB RAM)which brings me up to a grand total of two monitors! I now have two Gateway FPD1730 LCD analog monitors and I f*ckin' love them....and I do agree with everyone who has said it before.....you are right, I do not think I could ever go back to just one again.... OK...here is my dilemma.....back when I was using only one monitor, other than the obvious screen space limitations, everything was perfect and crystal clear on my monitor's display at my preferred resolution of 1280 x 960 and 32 bit color. So, knowing that my preferred resolution was somewhat high, I went out and bought the GeForce 5200 AGP card (128MB DDR). I installed it and hooked up the monitors and installed the drivers correctly (I think). Everything works like a charm except the following (see below). Any help in solving these problem would be greatly appreciated!! 1. For whatever reason whenever I go into the device manager, the "monitors" line, when expanded, shows FOUR (4) monitors (usually 2 "Gateway FPD1730s" and 2 "Default monitors"). I have tried uninstallining all of them, rebooting, but they still come back up! All four of them! What is up with that??? 2. Now that I have two monitors, I have set them both at 1280 x 960 with 32 bit color (my preferred resolution with only one LCD). Now...here is the problem....for some strange reason, all of the text on the either monitor--whether it is my windows desktop, the text in an application, or even the words that I am typing to you right now-- are just slightly "garbled". In other words, at 10 or 12 font size I can read them just fine, but they almost seem to have the faintest "ghost" outline to them. To reduce any stress on the system, I have turned off the antialiasing and anisotropic settings in the nVIDIA settings control panel, but this doesn't do anything; same problem remains: my text is still just a wee bit fuzzier then when I was using my OEM bundled video card with one LCD monitor. The reason I would like to fix this is because it gets frustrating during the day when I am looking at my quote board text and the I have to stare intently to make sure what I think is a number "3" (in 6 or 7 font size) is not actually an "8"!! Also, since there is no manual, do I need to worry about any other pertinent settings that might be causing these problems? I am very surpised to see these flaws on my monitors given that this card has 128MB and is pretty fast and acceptable to many "demi-core" gamers. So what's the deal, I ask???? Someone please shed some light on this! Thanks for everyone's patience.... BTW: I looked around the web for answers first, then I thought I would check in at the fountain of knowledge which lurks herein......so sorry guys....lucky you!!!