Advertisements This isn't really about TiVo. I do have a couple of DirecTivos at home, but leave that aside for now. I'm posting here because of the HD expertise that I know can be found here. Almost before the keynote was over, I ordered a Mac Mini. It can do 1080i output, no problem, and has a DVI connector. I know that I can just buy a DVI-to-HDMI cable. No problem there. I am considering the purchase of a Panasonic CT34WX54. It has an HDMI input. No problem there. The problems start because of HDCP. The manual makes the ominous statement "the HDMI input is not intended for personal computers." Well, shoot. The only credible difference between a cable box and a personal computer that I can think of in the context of HDMI is HDCP. Obviously, the mac is not going to be outputting HDCP protected video. I called up Panasonic to ask them if their HDMI input would accept and display unprotected content. I was put on hold for 20 minutes and finally told that they didn't know (as Lewis Black once said, "I wish they'd have just censored in my mouth."). So what is the stupid warning in the manual about? Will this TV display 1080i HDMI-without-HDCP content?