Ok, well I've just bought a new Samsung LCD, HDTV. I currently have January model of the MacBook Pro (the model that was the first to get the 2.6 GhZ processor, but came out before Multi Touch). I first tried to connect my computer to my TV last night. I bought a DVI/DVI cable and a DVI/HDMI adapter. Just to clarify, the remaining DVI end will go into my computer and the now HDMI end will go into the TV. Before doing anything, I did some research on the Samsung website and pulled up some pages that talked about Mac compatibility. They say that they are compatible, so nothing wrong there. I wanted to use the HD part of my TV rather than just going from DVI/VGA (if there is little difference please let me know!). In any case, I followed all directions and ended up trying other things just to see if anything worked at all, but nothing did. I kept getting a "No Signal" sign on the TV screen. My computer recognized the Samsung TV and had it as a second display, but no image was projected on the TV. Each time I'd attempt to find a source and came to the HDMI source, my computer screen would look as if trying to re-adjust like normal. I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Here is the model of my TV: LN26A330J1D I'm pretty sure it's a 2008 build, because after looking on the back, it says: "Fabrique June 2008" The significance of that is that I would be allowed to use the HDMI port as DVI/HDMI (from what I understand). Please help, I'd really like to use my new TV as my computer monitor.