Hi, I've been looking into this a bit because I'd like to connect my Mac to my TV. I have a bit of an older Mac (Macbook Pro 5,5 2.26GHz Core 2 Duo), so I've been a little confused about what will work with my Mac and what won't. If I understand correctly, I'll need a way to go from Mini DisplayPort -> HDMI, as well as an audio connection from my Mac to the TV. I've just got a few questions. 1) Does my Mini DisplayPort support DisplayPort++? I found one post that said Macbook Pros all do, but I wanted to be sure that even my older MBP does. 2) Is there a big difference between different Mini DisplayPort -> HDMI adaptors, other than the durability of them? If there is, do you have any recommendations? 3) Since my Mac won't be able to put the audio through the HDMI cable, I was wondering if it's still fine to use an HDMI cable that supports audio. That is, will I still be able to put the sound through a separate cable if I use an HDMI cable that is trying to take audio? Not even sure there are any HDMI cables that just send video, I've only seen A/V. Thanks in advance!