I have heard a lot of people use mac mini's as media centers and think this is an excellent idea. I would like to set up a media center but I have some questions about the best monitor. Other World Computing has just come out with an external firewire blu-ray dvd player/burner for mac. My question is since I am in the market for a Mini, I know the Apple Cinema Display says "HD" but is that just a marketing gimmick or is it really "High Definition"? 1. What's the max resolution for a Cinema Display, 1080i? (or are computer displays resolutions different than TV's?) 2. What's the max resolution a Mac Mini will put out? 3. If the Elgato EyeTV supports HD programming (I don't know if it does), will the Cinema Display show it, and will it actually show High Definition DVD content? (does it work as advertised) 4. If the Cinema display doesn't put out 1080, should I look into an HDTV with PC input, or a HDTV that would connect via "DVI to HDMI cable"? 5. Will a Cinema Display last as long as a TV? (I'd like to sell my old TV) If someone knows of instructions for setting up a media center (website) that would be much appreciated) Ideally, I would like to sell my cheap DVD player (too flimsy/fragile), have a future proof DVD player/burner (hope I'm right about blu-ray sticking around) and use 1 screen instead of 2 so I don't have have a lot of monitors cluttering up my living room/den. (Either Cinema Display/some other monitor or an HDTV, not both) P.S. I am not looking at AppleTV (resolution isn't good enough and I don't buy movies off iTunes); I want a Mini.