I would like to view JPEG photos on a HDTV at the highest resolution possible but my laptop only has VGA output. So I'm thinking of using an AppleTV or other media server to connect to a HDTV using component cables. Problem is, when I've burned JPEG's to DVD and viewed them on a HDTV, or when I've connected the laptop directly to the HDTV via VGA-to-RCA composit video cable, the colors always seem bright and washed out. I read somewhere that this is because HDTV's display fewer/more colors than computer monitors? In any case, do the better media servers modify the color settings so that the JPEG's don't appear washed out? Which media servers work well for viewing JPEG's in higher resolutions (720p or 1080p) on a HDTV? The media servers I am contemplating are units that include their own HDD storage. These include: AppleTV, Mvix MV-4000U and Tvix HD M-4000. I'm also open to other suggestions.