Hey There, I have a Samsung HDTV...about 3 years old. They are now making them with ethernet inputs, but the one I have does not have that... I am looking to be able to stream my entire MacBook unibody screen to the TV wirelessly (like you would do with AirTunes). Here's the thing...I don't want the AppleTV because I want to stream the ENTIRE SCREEN and not just select media in iTunes. The TV has the following input ports open: HDMI S-Video RCA something called "Service" that looks similar to USB but isn't the same I use a Time Capsule as my wireless router and have 3 empty ethernet ports on it. It sits directly below the TV, so I wouldn't mind a wired connection from router to TV. Does anyone know of an interface or module that would connect to my router via ethernet and to my TV through one of these video inputs. I could then select it as a monitor on my MacBook and output the monitor feed through my laptop's Wi-Fi connection to the TV? Does anyone have any other solutions? Your thoughts would be extremely appreciated!!! ALSO - I have a Samsung Blu-Ray player that is ethernet enabled and streams NetFlix and Pandora. Could I unlock this to use as an interface?