Good day to all! I just wanted input for others on what they think the issue is. Please take a quick peak at my systems specs for full details. In Windows 7 and Vista (ruling out driver issue), nVidia GTX 260 here are my stats: Display 1: BenQ 19inch LCD 1280x1024 75Hz native Display 2: Toshiba 56inch DLP 56HMX96 1280x720 on website, able to achieve 1080i (which should mean 1920x1080 is achievable) Now, this is what drives me nuts. Why the heck does the website show 1280x720 as the resolution and then says 1080i. I've wikipedia'ed what 1080i means and it's simple: a screen that can achieve 1920x1080 with i think ~60Hz. My PVR puts out 1080i no problem to my TV via HDMI slot 1. I've tinkered with my nVidia control panel (182.50) and display settings in both OS's, i've tried both my secondary display (DLP TV) at 1280x720 and 1920x1080 with 60hz refresh as base. Both work, but when i switched from 1280 to 1920, the screen doesn't even flicker or even move. It seems like 1280x720 is the resolution it wants from my HDMI cable to my TV's HDMI input. Help! lol This may sound like there is no issue with the actual resolutions itself, but this is where it gets good. On both these resolutions, the screen seems to be stretched beyond the actual borders (if you know what i mean) lol i think the word i am looking for is overlapped. When i maximize a window, I cannot see above the status bar because it is stretched beyond the screen. I know, this is stupid. My VGA to my TV's input does not have this problem and i simply adjusted the resolution to 1280x720 and it works just fine. I throw an HDMI cable instead of VGA, and bam! this issue. Please help!