Hello there. I recently picked up a Sagem Axium DLP. No problems with it so far. I plan on picking up one of those DVD players that upscale things into HD. There is no HDMI input on the back of my TV though so I planned on using an HDMI- DVI-D cable. There seems to be about a million different types of DVI-D connection about though. My one is used mostly for PC's and looks a bit like this . . . . . . . .I . . . . . . . . -- . . . . . . . .I 3 rows of 8 pins, then 2 longer vertical pins and 1 longer horizontal pin at the end- as shown by my expert drawing. I cant find a cable with this type of DVI-D at one end and HDMI at the other end though, so my question's are: 1- Do such cables even exist, if so any ideas where I can get them from? 2- Will any DVI-D cable work? I've seen them with a few less pins, most commonly with out the 2 long vertical pins and with HDMI at the other end. Will it be ok to use these cables and leave to slots for the vertical pins unfilled? I hope that makes sense. Thanks for your time.