I am looking for some recommendations for a 24" PC Monitor. One which can display 1920x1200 would be nice. At the moment I have a very small portable CRT TV as I am looking for a new TV, so it would be nice if I could use this screen as a temporary display for DVD and Freeview playback. This Portable despite being quite a few years old (10+) copes very well at displaying just about any framerate I try and show (24, 25 & 30 fps). It should have VGA and DVI or HDMI which I can connect a DVI from my PC to. Component would be useful providing I could connect a standard Def Mpeg4 DVD player or Freeview PVR (possibly the Toppy 5800) to, providing it can upscale it to fit the screen well. Using Component could be a problem as some of the stuff I play with my DVD player is 24, 25 and 30 fps so it would have to cope with those frame rates, which I understand can be a problem. Information on this would be helpful. Taking the uses into account, PiP would be useful, it would be nice to be able to watch a DVD or Freeview in a small window. I do not Play Games, but I do do a lot of video encoding & editing so a display which does not display trails is important. I have been looking at these Monitors> Benq FP241W Dell Ultrasharp 2407WFP-HC LG L246WP Gateway FPD2485W Samsung SM-245BW But they all seem to have some problems/limitations. But would consider any others. So can anyone recommend a Monitor or provide any advice to help me choose? I better add that up until now, I have only ever used CRT's. My Current one is a 19" Iiyama VisionMaster Pro 454 which I run in sRGB mode as I do not like looking at bright screens.