Hey all, With black friday coming up, I've been doing a little window shopping for a new video card. I built my new computer this Spring, skipping getting a new card and putting that money into other components instead: I-7 4790k Gigabyte z97x-ud3h 16GB Ram Fractal Design Define R4 Radeon HD 6570 1Gb Besides being underpowered, the card is also getting a bit flaky in its old age and I have a feeling it might be on its way out. I don't really like to upgrade very often so I'd like something that will stay relevant for a while. I'd be looking at a card that will take advantage of upcoming use of the card in LR, possibly photoshop, and the like. I do some light gaming, mostly games like Civiliztion which I don't really feel need a billion frames a second or the latest greatest graphics. I also at some point down the road want to upgrade to maybe a 27-30 inch 1440p or 4K IPS monitor (or maybe multiple displays) over my current 23inch IPS. So a few questions come to my mind: 1. How quickly do people think prices on 4K monitors will come down to (in my opinion) a more reasonable level? This would probably change my mind as to how powerful I need to go. 2. (Perhaps related to #1) is 1440 on its way out? I wonder if increased popularity of 4k will send it on the way of zip disks. How is 1440 on maybe a 30 inch display? 3. Adobe is saying that that we'll be seeing improvements in how their software uses Graphics cards, but how real is this? 4. nVidia vs. AMD--I had been asking around and you'd think I was asking people what religion is best, haha. But does one of the two "work" better with photo software? Part of me wants to go nVidia but AMD seems to be a little on top as far as price/performance at the moment. 5. Other questions I might not even be thinking to ask, heh. Part of me thinks I should maybe just wait and see what the "next generation" has to offer. I don't know. Just thinking "out loud" here.