Hey all, I’m working on a project that I have no knowledge in and I was wondering if I could get some feedback on how to go about doing it. The library I work at has a HDTV that they want to hook video to for power points and DVD playback. Unfortunately, the computer and the TV are separated by a wall; the TV is on the public/circulation side of the wall, the computer is on the staff workroom side. We have a computer that has a DVI-out for video and plan on using a DVI->HDMI cord to connect the HDMI out on the cord to the TV directly or through wall jacks to eventually get to the TV. I don't want the straight-through method; personally I thnk it would look nasty. Since we have a DVI to HDMI cord already, then I thought the next step is to think out the wall jacks and how they would work. The first idea was to just punch a hole so that the DVI->HDMI cord would pass through the wall on both sides and go directly to the TV. My thoughts were the following: A DVI equipped computer uses the already purchased DVI-> HDMI cord to connect to HDMI Wall Jack #1 on the workroom/staff side of the wall, on the rear of the HDMI Wall Jack #1 on the workroom/staff side of the wall connects a 1.5 foot HDMI cord that stays hidden within the wall to connect the back of wall jack #1 to the back of wall jack #2 on the public/circulation side of the wall. Finally, the front of wall jack #2 would connect to the TV. Since I was using HDMI as the beginning and end source, we would end up with HDMI-based wall jacks. Found them here: http://firefold.com/1-Port-HDMI-Wall-Plate-Right-Angle-P1727C384.aspx# Would need two wall brackets for the wall jacks to mount into: http://firefold.com/Vanco-LV1PK-Low-Voltage-Bracket-P1479.aspx Since the wall plates themselves seem to require an HDMI between them to connect them and a HDMI cord to connect to the TV itself, a 1.5 foot HDMI cable should work fine: http://firefold.com/15-Foot-HDMI-Cable-P29752C485.aspx [FONT="]Again, this is just a theory. My questions are: [/FONT] Are all HDMI wall jacks 'female-ended'? Will I need an HDMI cord to 'bridge' or connect the two wall jacks? A noob to this, I think it would work; what do you think?