Ok, So here is the idea. I have a mac mini, and am looking to convert it into an entertainment center. Easy enough.... However, the thing is is that I want to mount it under a table and have the control center for it be basically touchscreen. SO what I want to do is hook it up to a touch screen monitor (a kiosk monitor, it works with... that's not a huge issue), but i ALSO want to hook it up to the tv then. Now, at first I didn't see the obvious flaw, since I was thinking about using an iMac at first and getting a touchscreen overlay, and since that can dual monitor already since it has a monitor... or a laptop. However, think a mac mini would be the best, sooooo would it be possible to hook the mini up to a touchscreen LCD AND the TV at the same time and use them as dual monitors or well, one extended monitor? Could I just use a basic dvi-vga splitter for this? Any suggestions for good ones? I would probably prefer the monitors to be extended anyway, or used in the same way as when you attach another monitor to a macbook or imac anyway, with the touchscreen being the main monitor and the tv being the second, is there ANYWAY to do this? The touchscreen would be 1070x1024 or whatever that resolution is, and the tv is 1380x1170 orso? widescreen 32 inch LCD tv. 720p. Would that matter, could i just use them as one big monitor with a dvi/vga splitter? Anyhelp would be appreciated. IF this won't work, I can still look into getting a touchscreen overlay for a 17inch used imac, I would still have to find, but I'd really prefer to use the mini and a separate touchscreen, as it would def be cheaper and easier to do. Thanks!