I'm currently working on ripping out our poorly designed and installed video information system. It was designed around the year 2000 and integrated with the school's video network, which was "upgraded" last year to an internet based distribution system. That upgrade removed the only capabilities that we cared about in relation to the school, so we'd like to get a new system that's separate from the school's IT department. We currently have one of these: I have absolutely no idea what it is (no model numbers anywhere), how it works (no manuals), or how much it is worth (we have no purchase documentation). What we need is some kind of matrix switcher for video only. Here's what we want in terms of IO. More displays (in the lobby, etc...) will probably be added in the future: *ERROR IN IMAGE* The projector's resolution is actually 1920x1200 The projector is a ProjectionDesign F30. That means we want a switcher that can handle high resolutions, is easy to use, and cheap. We don't need anything fancy - the audience will never see any switches happen. I want to use cat5 for all the cable runs because it's cheap and allows for greater upgradability. With that in mind, where should I be looking at switchers and cat5 converters? The Extron MTPX 1616 seems to be what I have in mind, but I have no idea about the price and I'm not sure about the maximum resolution. Has anyone used one? How simple is the interface?