But those ones tend to be the ones, ya know, not found in the likes of Walmart, Office Depot, or BestBuy.Exactly. And that's the problem when it comes to most of those who are looking for an AIO. People looking for something that simple, for the most part, aren't going to look at places like newegg or even Amazon. Plus, most who purchase an AIO have absolutely no clue what a separate GPU is, nor why they may need it, or a better one, in the future. Not all, but the vast majority.
The Geforce 2 MX was the very first video card I ever purchased. My Dell wouldn't run System Shock 2, so I talked to a guy who came into my work and he told me what I needed. Installed it and was blown away.
It was also the first time that I installed anything in a computer myself. I had upgraded a previous computer from 8MB to 16MB of EDO ram, but the shop from which I had purchased the computer installed it, not me. It was my introduction, if you will, to the inner workings of a computer. Four years later I built my first desktop.