Samsung is getting into the WQXGA resolution game with it's 305t. Like both the Apple and Dell models it's only input will be a single Dual-Link DVI-D connector. It doesn't say if it's HDCP compliant, but my guess would be yes since the 244t is. Samsung for some reason. Doesn't advertise HDCP copliance. You have to go digging through PDF manuals to find that feature. Not that the HDCP is going to matter for consumer video devices anyway. Like I stated before it is highly doubtful we will ever see a Dual-Link consumer device as it's overkill for HDTV even at 1080p. And like the Apple and Dell 30inchers this too will lack any other form of analog video inputs. I suspect this is because even component video would look bad at this resolution. Who knows? I know a lot of people are angry they can't use these displays as stand alone HDTV monitors. It would probably be the last one they would ever buy, unless they where going for a dual setup.