Hi guys, I've got a MacBook and a Sony Vaio desktop. The desktop is aging pretty quick, being a Pentium 4 in the 64-bit dual core age, but it's still my best desktop. I'm still in the process of phasing Macs into my house; all the laptops are Macs, but I haven't had the money to purchase a Mac desktop yet (I will eventually get an iMac). The MacBook is my primary computer, but sometimes the small screen gets a bit cramped when I'm doing schoolwork (I'm used to 1680x1440 on a much larger area) and my ergonomics aren't the best. The Vaio is hooked up to a very nice recently-bought Viewsonic 20" monitor. I've hooked the MacBook up to it and it looks gorgeous, but it's a really clunky solution since there isn't room on the desk. Anyway, I was going to move the Vaio under the desk, leaving a spot for the MacBook on top. But I don't want to be climbing behind the desk to change cables every day. As it is now, I'm using a USB mouse and PS/2 keyboard; I figure I'll have to replace the keyboard, since there isn't a PS/2 port on my MacBook. Does anyone make a KVM switch with two USB ports and a VGA port (PC doesn't have DVI)? Every KVM switch I find is PS/2.