I recently purchased an HP z558 digital entertainment center computer for use with my Samsung DLP display. I thought it would be great to use as a DVR and eventually use to download movies once NetFlix is up and running with their download service. However, I have not been able to get the Samsung display to recognize the DVI output from the PC. The VGA input on the Samsung works, but I don't want to use an outdated analog connection for media center applications. So I gave Samsung a call and spoke to a Tier 2 tech. His comments really surprised me. He said Samsung does not support DVI output from a PC to their televisions, and that they sell $4000+ large screen monitors (with driver support) for this purpose. He was essentially saying that I needed to spend an extra $2000 to $3000 for PC support. He also said Samsung will likely be dropping VGA inputs on their new televisions because they are getting too many questions on trouble-shooting PC connections. Does this surprise anyone but me ? If the trend is to make your television a bigger part of the over-all entertainment experience, why wouldn't manufacturer's add more support for computers, instead of taking it away ? Is it just Samsung or is it difficult to find PC support on any manufacturer's HDTV displays ? The Samsung tech did, however, give me a glimmer of hope. He said the Samsung's HDMI input may work if the video card has DVI or HDMI out with HDCP driver support. I did install a new video card with HDMI output, but it did not work either. If anyone has had luck with either DVI or HDMI from a PC to an HDTV display, I would really appreciate any details you could offer.