I finally got all of my cable run and I'm ready to schedule my Hopper installation. For right now the Hopper will be mated with an old HDTV (Samsung TX-P2764) set that I got for free years ago when some friends were moving and no longer wanted it. I've never put an HD signal through to it I'm hoping to once I get the Hopper (I have an SD DVR receiver now). I want to make sure that I have I need to connect the Hopper to the TV for when the tech comes. The TV has a DVI input but I haven't had much luck getting a signal through it. In an effort to try to view internet content on the TV I bought a DVI to HDMI adapter and connected the TV to my laptop. All I got was a blue screen when I selected the DVI input. I read up a little bit and it sounds like HDCP (High Definition Content Protection) is causing the problem. I also read that you can get around this by using a component to DVI adapter. I found this picture of the back of the Hopper: On top are the component connectors I'm used to seeing (red and white audio, yellow video), but what are the connectors on the bottom? Do I need an adapter for some or all of those?