I am hoping to buy a 32" LCD TV within the next few months and I have noticed that most manufacturers offer sets with a native resolution of 1366x768 (probably as a result of the PC market). I am also aware that in the not-so-distant-future Sky will start transmitting hi-def broadcasts whose native resolution is 1280x720. Despite the different numbers, both resolutions are 16:9 in ratio. So, with HDTV broadcasts in mind, should I opt for an LCD TV with a native resolution of 1280x720 or 1366x768? I appreciate that LCD panels with a res of 1366x768 will not display a HD picture with 1:1 pixel mapping, but what I would like to know is whether this is really a problem or not? I have read a thread in this forum (initiated by benwong) where it is implied that a 1280x720 image enlarged (or 'upscaled') to fit on a 1366x768 will suffer a loss in image quality. Fine... I can accept that some interpolation is required to fill the extra pixels but what I would really like to know is whether this is noticable or not? From your average viewing distance in your living room, can you tell whether a 1280x720 video has been upscaled to 1366x768 or not? Is it really a big deal?