Hello - (sorry for the somewhat long explanation...) I recently upgraded from an original Intel Mac Mini to the new 2010 Mac Mini Server. The old Mini worked fine with my Westinghouse 24" LCD monitor (HDMI input - connected to Mini via DVI->HDMI cable). The new Mini Server 2010 has HDMI out, so I used a straight-through HDMI cable. The display looks terrible! All of the fonts appear to have a 'shadow' next to them - almost like an old analog VGA with 'interference'. Thinking it could be the cable, I went back to my old Mini's DVI->HDMI cable (and used the new Mini's HDMI->DVI adapter to connect to it). Same results. The Westinghouse monitor's native resolution is 1920x1200. The Mac says that it's configured for 1920x1200. Today, I brought the Mini Server to work and tried with a "HANNspree" 24" LCD monitor (native resolution 1920x1080). The Mac says it's configured for "1080p". The display looks somewhat 'better' (no 'shadows' next to text), but there's an overall 'softness' to everything - like the entire image is a bit blurry. The same monitor connected to my Windows PC at work has a great/sharp display. With my *old* Mini, there was an upgrade to Snow Leopard at one point that 'broke' support for 1920x1200 - it only supported 1920x1080. It took months for Apple to release a new version that fixed the problem. I'm worried that I'll have to wait months for a fix to this problem. So, I'm considering buying a new monitor. Of course, I suppose I could just buy "Apple" and it'll work great - except I don't want to pay for an over-priced monitor. Can anyone recommend a monitor that's (roughly) 24" diagonal with 1920x1200 resolution - which is *known* to work with the 2010 Mac Mini Server? I'm also thinking about upgrading to a (roughly) 30" monitor. The Apple Cinema display (with *2560x1600*) looks nice - but (again) I think it's overpriced. Can anyone recommend a 30" (or so) monitor with a nice high resolution like this? (known to work with 2010 Mini Server)? If I go for a high-res (2560x1600) monitor, I think I need to use the 'mini display port' output of the Mini (HDMI output only supports 1920x1200). Some monitors (like one from Dell) have a "displayport" input. I assume I can get a "mini-displayport to displayport" adapter? Others have dual-link? DVI. I think I've read that there's a (mini-)displayport to dual-link DVI adapter. Does anyone have experience using either of these? One last question: what are the chances that my current monitor would work if I used the mini-displayport ouput instead (with a mini-displayport->HDMI adapter)? Thank you very much for any help/suggestions you can offer!