Incase anyone was curious about Wii on iMac using Elgato EyeTV Hybrid, i've started this thread. Elgato EyeTV Hybrid is capable of receiving free over-air HD signals from television channels, but it does not have a component chipset built-in. Therefore, your wii (or any other device) can only be connected to your iMac via S-Video or Composite. The breakout cable is included with the EyeTV Hybrid. What that means is that you will be able to play Wii with the 480i video setting (composite), and not 480p (component). One last thing i should mention: Earlier white iMacs have the built-in mic beside the iSight cam in the front, but the new alu iMacs have their built-in mics on the top near the front edge. So if you plan on placing your Wii Sensor Bar on top of the iMac, make sure not to cover up the iMac's built-in mic (only if you plan on using the built-in mic, of course). also... sorry for the dust, it's hard to see the built in mic because of the dust, but it's there... my that flash sure picks up everything doesn't it!