Hi all, I have two towers next to my desk at home... my main Mac Pro and my "workhorse" 1.8Ghz dual G5 tower. I have two monitors connected to my Mac Pro, a 20" Apple HD Cinema Display (DVI) and a 23" Apple HD Cinema Display (DVI). I have been using one of the cute 17" Plastic Apple Displays with ADC to view the output of the G5 tower while it's toiling away on something, but I'd prefer to switch the output of the secondary 20" Apple HD Cinema Display between my Mac Pro and the G5 instead, if possible. So, I've had my eye out for a cheap DVI KVM switch that will support 1600x1200 resolution for the 20" monitor. But then today I came across one of these HDMI switches brand new at the thrift store for $5: So of course I bought it. But I don't have the necessary dongles I would need to connect my Macs yet; so I want to ask whether or not this would work before I buy them: Connect a DVI to HDMI cable to both the Mac Pro and the G5 and send them both into the HDMI switch. Then, take the HDMI dongle out of the switch box and into the DVI connector of the 20" Apple display. Would I still have beautiful, dreamy resolution on my 20" Apple Display when I switch back and forth between the Mac Pro and the G5? Would the switch even work? Thanks.