Soon enough I plan to buy a Mac Mini. I decided on this fact after I couldn't afford a $1,600 15" MBP, and it seemed like a pretty good deal to use with my 22" LCD. However. I'm using a Dynex 22" 720p Widescreen Flat-Panel LCD HDTV and recently got a MiniDVI-to-DVI adapter which connects to my LCD via DVI (HDMI), so I'm able to use it with both the mini and my 1st generation MacBook. But my question is the images on my Dynex LCD look a little sharp. I remember using a VGA cable to see if it would work on my moms PC which uses some low-end ATI Radeon, but I didn't do too many graphical tests and it didn't look that sharp as I recall. I'm saying this cause I'm in college as a designer, and I like the smoothness on my MacBooks LCD, but I'm not sure if the sharpness on my Dynex LCD was due to the graphics card which is a crappy Intel GMA 950 with 64MB shared. After doing some research I couldnt pinpoint it still if it was the problem, Apple says it can turn itself up to 80MB, other people say 128MB, and Intel says [url="http://www.intel.com/products/chipsets/gma950/gma950.pdf]192MB[/url]. Here are the displays running: The Mac Mini I'm getting has a NVIDIA 9400M, so would this perhaps make it display better or is it just the Dynex LCD?