I've been inquiring about a home theater audio setup and a few users have noted my use of a VGA connection and I wanted to break that off into a separate thread to see if I'm just doing something wrong. I'm running my Mac mini from mini-DVI -> VGA -> HDTV. I'm doing this simply because everything shows up correctly when I do this. 1080p comes in perfectly, no overscan or underscan, the image is perfectly neutral and not modified by any video processing, and it just gives me a lot less headache. When I first got my Mac mini setup going, I was using miniDVI -> DVI -> HDMI -> TV, and that worked, but there were little nuances that just pissed me off. There were constantly scan issues, the color was always off, and (as minor as this is) the EFI boot screen was stretched out, meaning it wasn't constantly running in a native resolution. Using VGA instead solved everything. I'm not fond of it because the fact that it's analog means it's prone to interference, but I really don't know how else to get this running right to where the resolutions will play nice and not be a pain over anything other than VGA.