Hi everyone, I've been on this site for a couple of weeks now reading the old posts about connecting a MacBook Pro to TV's. I think I know what I need to get but want to be absolutely certain. To start with, I went to an Apple Store but the associate I spoke with was of no help, so I return to the web. Basics: MacBook Pro from 2006. I know it's not a mini DVI, so I'm assuming it's a standard DVI, though I'm still unsure of the difference between DVI-I and DVI-D. Graphics/Display: ATI Radeon X1600. Chipset Mode: ATY, RAdeon X1600 Resolution: 1440x900 TV: Sony Trinitron 32". It has S-Video, Component, and obviously Composite. It does not have any HDMI inputs. I know of Apple's DVI to S-Video/Composite which will work. However, I recently discovered that Component is a higher quality than S-Video or Composite. So my question in regards to the connection type is, does it matter? Dealing with this kind of TV, will connecting to component be that much better than S-Video? Here is a link to one type of component connection I found: http://sewelldirect.com/dvivideoadapter.asp Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!