I have a 3rd-gen Apple TV connected to an HDMI switch that has one output that goes to the TV after being converted to DVI. I tried watching Beverly Hills Cop in HD, and it worked fine. Then, I upgraded to the latest software, and I always get the HDCP error when I try to play the movie I rented, Napoleon Dynamite. It did work when I plugged it directly into the TV, but that would seriously hinder my setup. I don't see why that switch would trigger the HDCP thing. Wouldn't such a switch be completely useless? And it only has one output, so I couldn't use it to record video. 1. Could the update have done it? Or is it just because ND is a newer movie? 2. Is there a way to get around this? I tried turning the ATV on and off, but that didn't help. Changing the HDMI cable also did nothing. It was plugged in tightly. 3. RANT: WTF, I want to strangle whoever made this retarded HDCP thing. All it does is screw up people's HDTV setups! And the pirates get around it anyway!