Cool stuff, I really would like to win.
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One nice thing about the screen on the new 5D3 vs older versions is that the screen is glass so it is far more resistant to scratching. It is also permanently bonded to the screen behind it so the flip side to this is that it is not user replaceable like the plastic ones.
Note that the 95MB/s Extreme Pro SDXC is UHS-1 standard, it's still unknown if 5D3 supports UHS-1, if not, maximum speed will be capped at around 30MB/s
On page 32 of the 5D III manual it says:
"Although the camera does not comply with the UHS (Ultra-High Speed) speed class standard, UHS SDHC/SDXC cards can be used."
I assume this means you can use UHS cards, but they will operate at some lower speed.