Hi all, I put a poll below and I'm curious to see what everyone thinks. Gives Apple flexibility in case they ever want to put HDMI on their cinema displays Full compatibility with DVI - there are plenty of cables that are HDMI->DVI. i.e. you wouldn't even need an "adaptor" per se, just a different cable. Direct one-cable output to an HDTV ~ sends audio too The port is much thinner than DVI and takes up less space (helps for making the enclosure smaller) consolidation! Apple currently produces laptops with DVI, mini-DVI, and micro-DVI. Of course none of the adaptors are compatible! Here are the only negatives I can think of: HDMI cables don't screw into the port like DVI cables (this can be a positive too, but we'll count it as a negative for this) You have to buy a new cable... I dunno. I saw the new Dell's have an HDMI port on them. To me, this seems to make the most sense. That "macbook pro redesign" can't be too far away - maybe they'll go ahead and make it part of the redesign!