I'm not sure where the best place for this is, but I have a new MBP, and am looking at external monitors. Obviously the new ACD is one option, but at $900, it's a little hard to swallow. I would like to be able to display whatever content I want on the display, including iTunes movies. So here's the problem... Most non apple monitors come with some combination of HDMI, DVI and VGA. VGA is out, for a variety of reasons, including HDCP problems. I don't believe mDP to HDMI converters exist right now, which leaves DVI. I understand that some DVI monitors (those with DVI-D) can support HDCP. First, is this correct? Second, if I were to pick up the mDP to DVI converter, would that support DVI-D, and if so, would it successfully handshake, allowing the transmission and viewing of HDCP content? Anyone done this? Did it work? Any other suggestions? I just looked through about 20 pages of comments from the initial HDCP news article, and couldn't find anything. Thanks!