Hey all... I'm considering replacing my 24" LCD monitor (Asus VW246H) with a 32" LED-LCD 120Hz TV possibly in the future. I really don't want to go much larger than 32" because it will sit on my desk (Staples Mobile Techstation - http://www.staples.com/office/suppl...ns-_-January%202010%20Furniture%20Collections ), and I am not using the KB tray due to space in my room in my apt atm. I sit approx 3 feet away from the screen, so going much larger than 30" is probably pushing it for comfort of gaming on a single screen. I am open to suggestions for TV's, I've been looking at Walmart.com, Tiger, Newegg, BB, etc. I am looking for a TV that is LED-LCD, 120hz (does it matter for PC gaming?), and trying to keep it closer to $400 because that's about all I will have to spend. I might be able to push $500 if my next couple of paychecks are any good. My HD5870 has hdmi connections and what-not, it seems a lot of modern hdtv's are pushing pc connectivity and what-not. But I would really like to have something larger than what I currently have...and going the TV route seems to be a decent idea...so I'm open to suggestions at this point to get an idea. I am watching Black Friday deals and what-not...and depending on how x-mas shopping goes for the family I might have to wait...but I want to learn some of the TPU wisdom in this area as I am not sure if this is the right way to go or not...odds are I'll be keeping the Asus monitor as a backup and 2nd screen. I don't mind 1080 gaming, and I'm hoping what I plan is a good idea...otherwise I might just bag it, save my money and keep what I have.