Ok, I have a mid 2010 Macbook pro i7 8gigs 17". I recently got a 40" 1080p HD Dynex LCD. It has a VGA port and two HDMI ports. I had my macbook plugged up via the VGA port and it was looking pretty darn good. I have my PS3 hooked up via one of the HDMI slots and it looks amazing. I recently got a DVI to HDMI adapter so I could plug my macbook in via HDMI hoping for a better/full HD picture. I plugged it up and it looks...well...kinda like crap. Honestly, the VGA looks better. Everything looks really aliased via the HDMI. You can see a lot of aliasing and it doesn't look smooth and crisp like the VGA. I have a rip of Scott Pilgrim Blu-Ray and I played it with both the VGA and HDMI and the VGA still wins out even on video because it still looked a bit aliased with the HDMI and the VGA looked a bit smoother. I'm just wondering why this is? I thought HDMI was supposed to be a better connection? My PS3 via HDMI looks sharp as a frickin' tack on this screen, but I play a blu ray on my mac through HDMI, it looks a bit aliased. What gives? Thanks for any input!