Whether you love or hate the latest Mini announcement (I'm admittedly disappointed in the lack of a video card option), I see the value of attaching the thing to a TV. The integrated video is great for those of us who want a tiny & SILENT way to play audio/video in the living room. However, reading the specs on the new Mini announced today, I find that I'm left in the same lurch as I typically am when I attempt to attach a computer to my television. Manufacturer to users: it's either DVI, or take a hike. The issue here is the absence of a *real* (ie: not some expensive vaporware 3rd-party doohickey on a mystery webpage requesting credit card numbers) end-to-end connectivity solution for high-definition component-only televisions. I own two HDTV's that lack DVI input, and I'm not even close to considering replacing them for a long while. (no, I'm not interested in digital TV, so U.S. congress can stuff their ridiculous deadline) Does anyone know if Apple plans to address this? I'm seriously hoping I've simply overlooked some adapter in a dusty corner of their website. Of all the manufacturers that I've seen jump into the "hook this up to your TV" game, I was hoping Apple would think to cover more than one angle.