EDIT: My question was based on bad research on my part, I feel like a dummy. I'm by no means a cable expert but I'm also kind of a videophile so I'm looking for a little help. The Problem: I just bought a Dell U2311H 1080p monitor to use with my MBP which has a VGA, DVI and DisplayPort. I already have a DVI > mini-DisplayPort adapter but after doing a little research it seems that DVI won't transmit 1080p but only 1080i. I bought a 1080p monitor and I'm not going to gimp it right out of the box so that leaves me with the DisplayPort. All the DisplayPort > mini-DisplayPort cables I've found online have very spotty user reviews which leaves me weary. The Questions: I'm considering using a DisplayPort (male) > HDMI (female) adapter with a HDMI > mini-DisplayPort at the other end to maintain a 1080p signal from the computer to monitor. Is this a safe rout to go or am I degrading the signal every time I pass it through another adapter? What is your recommended cabling? Thanks for the help!