Today I finally got around to getting a HDMI switch for my TV. The TV sits on my desk and has 2 HDMI ports, I use my Xbox, Quad, and Apple TV with it. I spent a good hour trying to figure out what was going on... Here's what happened, originally, I had the Xbox and the ATV plugged into the switch, the Xbox worked fine, but the Apple TV wouldn't come on. I assumed that this was an issue with power, since the switch is driven by HDMI, I then swapped the Apple TV with the Quad and it worked fine, until I turned the Quad into sleep. Then there was no signal on the TV when I woke it, but the Xbox worked fine. Eventually, I found out that one of the HDMI ports on my TV is a bit bad, so that saved some headaches. Now here at the end of the day, I have the Xbox and Apple TV plugged into the switch, and the Quad plugged into the other HDMI port on the TV. I have no idea why the Quad won't work on the switch, but works fine on the other port. I tried to use other cables to output the signal from the switch, I tried to use the other port on the graphics card, I tried a reboot, and I tried other combos with the Xbox/Quad/ATV on the switch. I would like the Quad and the Xbox to be on the switch, as it does not support HDCP which is required for Netflix playback. Another thing, when I had the Quad plugged in to the switch, I tried screen sharing to mess with the resolution, but the TV isn't even detected.