So I'm not sure if this would be a good place to ask this question but I'll give it a try. I have a Mac Pro and a Sony Bravia KDL40NX700 TV. I know how to stream videos and music over DLNA to my TV. I have been using DLNA clients such as iSedora and Twonky on my Mac Pro, which has been working fine with most of my videos. My question is, since it is possible to do this wirelessly (or through just a LAN cable) through the network, is it possible to stream my desktop to view on my Sony TV through the use of DLNA. I'm not a computer programer or anything like that but I would assume that since we can stream videos that are HD 1080P fine through DLNA why would we not be able to stream wirelessly, my desktop over the network to my TV? I hope this kind of makes sense. Aside from doing this through DLNA or using a HDMI/DVI/VGA cable to connect to my Mac Pro to the TV, is there another way to do this wirelessly? I am only asking because there is quite a distance between my Mac Pro and TV and the cable I would need to run would be quite long and would not look as great crossing the floor. So basically I'm looking for ways to view my desktop wirelessly on my TV. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!