...that's coming from a PC? I recently purchased two HDTVs. A 42" Hisense and a 24" Sansui. Most computer monitors, as you know, will look like $hit unless it's running at native resolution. At native, the image is nice and sharp because every pixle generated lands on a pixle in the LCD panel. LCD TVs, on the other hand, seem to -ALL- look like crap and need lots of tweaking and manual adjustment to get it to look 'ok' at best. Why is this? Do HDTVs use some odd-ball LCD panels that aren't actually 1920x1080? Everything to date leaves a black border around the desktop when using HDMI set to 1920x1080@60. It also looks as if the sharpness is cranked to infiity leaving the image very grainy and the contrast/gamma makes everything washed out. It's not just the HDTVs I've tried recently. It's every HDTV I've ever tried to use with a computer. I've tried onboard gfx, nvidia, ATI/AMD. I'm using the Sansui at the moment and the gamma is so far off my eyes are watering. Anyone know what I'm talking about? What's different in a 1920x1080 TV vs. a 1920x1280 monitor? What I wouldn't give to go back to 4:3 when everything worked and ran higher then this marketing magic that is "HD".