Ofcourse the Voodoo6 is going to cost a lot of money, it isn’t meant for gamers like you and me, it’s meant for workstations, you don’t complain about Intel’s Xeon pricing do you? And by the way, I agree with the Duke, 3DFX rules. Their Voodoo2 is still a decent card after all those years, just overclock it a little (mine used to do 110Mhz). A Voodoo3 2000 PCI is also a good investment. Since the Voodoo3 doesn’t use AGP texturing, what’s the use of buying an AGP version? You save a PCI slot, but this one is much cheaper, and with some decent cooling it does +170Mhz. Quake 3 runs fine on mine, K6-2 300 and 64Mb SDRAM. Don’t put your money in a Geforce, it’s technology won’t be used in the next six months and after thet period it’s technology will be replaced by faster, newer chips. I’d wait for the Voodoo5 5500.