Tuomy is right, there are two different type of DVI ports. One is analog (what they call it) (which has a flat blade with four prongs surrounding it). The other is Digital DVI-D which has the flat blade without the four prongs around it.
The motorola accepts only the DVI-D input configuiration. To get a transcoder it would have to be set up for the DVI-D with the flat blade without the four prongs. As of right now, I haven't found a transcoder that does that yet. So far they all only accept the DVI-I. That's why I thought I'd spend $13 and see what happens since my friends said that it has worked for them.
As I said before, as soon as I get this equipment I'll post the results.
Still no adapters ;(
P.S. I just looked at Tuomy's conversion box post, it says that it does support the DVI-D which is good, but the price isn't $399
. If that's the price I'd have to pay, then I'll stick with my Briteview since it upscales both my HD and DVD. Looks great too.