HDMI is awesome. Has raw passthrough, but I wonder why video needs 10gbps. My blu-ray drive can pass all the 3d disc info through sata at most 60MB/s where the video transmission needs 1000MB/s . Speed is nice but there must be some hidden thing about it.
As I say "If your computer is working, Don't Fix It, Make it Faster!"
Now we don't need the DVI-D dual link output, vga will still be used for something I am sure.
Forgot to say that, I can see the day where you only need one cable to display to control keyboard, mouse, usb, monitor ect.. and also by having the same pc able to use other microsoft user accounts to other displays with intergrated expansion plugs. Like if you have a 30 core processor along with parallel processing. Would make a very clean room with only three cables, rj45, power and an Intergrated display expantion plug.
2x Amd phenom ii x6 1055T
Asus Motherboard DDR3-16GB
Microsoft x6 keyboard - x5 mouse - vx 3000 webcam
Soundblaster Hs-1200 headset - 900mhz headset -voice buddy
3x 5.1 audio system, sony, yamaha, logitech
Acer H5360 3D-Ready Projector
2x 32 inch 60hz anaglyph1080p workstation monitor/tv/gaming
Nvidia 3D vision Kit
3x dlp link 3d glasses
Edimensional wireless glasses, 2x wired glasses
Nvidia Gtx 670 superclocked 4 GB
Nvidia Gts 450 ddr5 OC 810mhz 1024 GB Physx card
Ati 6450 1GB Workstation/Internet
Nvidia 7600gs 256mb
JVC - Digital SD Camcorder 800x zoom
x2 Amd htpc, Server, Playbook and netbook
Windows 8 x2waiting for autostereo cubed pixels displays