Xbox 360 and ACD 30"

Been debating this for awhile.. why not use 1 of the 2 30" ACD's for gaming.
According to VP at XBOX division:
Xbox 360 will support HD component video output, which is compatible with nearly every HD-ready TV on the market today. We’re poised to hit the sweet spot of the HD market at launch and as the market matures, and we will provide an HDMI for our customers when it makes sense. The reality is, you don’t need HDMI for HD gaming.
So my question is this: is there a DVI to component converter..any ideas?

Oh okay a converter box huh? Well that's not exactly what the poster was asking about, he wanted to know if you could hook it up directly.

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