All...so I've come across an interesting problem. I have a Mac Mini 1.83Ghz Core 2 Duo and I'm trying to connect it up to my Sony KDL-52XBR4 television to get 1080p. I purchased the Belkin DVI-to-HDMI cable from below: http://store.apple.com/us/product/TR842LL/A The cable works OK and when I connect the Mac Mini either directly to an HDMI input on the TV, or through the HDMI input on my Denon AVR-3808i stereo, I get a picture. The problem is the picture is grainy and just not clear on the television. When I turn around and connect the mini to my TV via a standard DVI-to-VGA cable on the PC port of the television, the picture is crystal clear. I don't understand the differences and why the VGA is giving me such a better picture. It's annoying because I only have HDMI cables from the stereo to where the TV is mounted and I can't use the PC port because of that without leaving the Mini in an awkward locale. Both settings show up as 1920x1080 when I goto Display Preferences and both are at 60hz vertical frequency. Any ideas? Thanks!