Originally Posted By: "Speedmike "

I answered my own question. After reading this:
I found out that I'm probably looking at PC cards that were flashed to Mac. I rather buy something that was made for mac and so I am going to go with the 7000.

Thanks a lot zenstate!

As that Apple discussion says its very important to have at least 64MB these days.  When I used to have a G4 mac mini with only a 9200 32MB I ran it with a 20" widescreen (1680x1050) and sometimes when I would put video in full screen mode the screen just went black.  This was because there simply wasn't enough vram to drive that high a resolution.

As long as you get a 7000 with 64MB you're golden for running any screen at any resolution.
Mac mini C2D 1.83GHz - 2GB RAM - 200GB 7200rpm HD
Sawtooth w/G4 1GHz - 1GB RAM - SIIG SATA w/2x1TB HD
B&W w/G4 600MHz - 1GB RAM - 2x80GB HD
Sawtooth G4 400MHz - 512MB RAM - 40GB HD
Dell Ultrasharp 2007WFP 20" Widescreen LCD
2.94TB Total Storage