I know this has been asked before here but with models and availability moving so quickly I'd be very grateful for an up-to-date opinion. What I'm after is a good quality, undistorted full-screen image from an HTPC to a 32" LCD, but having read many of the postings elsewhere in this forum this would appear to be a minefield. I had assumed DVI (or HDMI via cable convertor) would be the way to go but I gather very few, if any, LCD TVs available in the UK actually support a PC signal via DVI at full resolution. The Sharp LC32GA4E looked promising - the manual stated it supported 1366x768 over DVI (actually the only model I've come across which actually specifies the supported PC signals in the manual) - but I gather this model's no longer available and the newer LC32GA5E doesn't have the same capability, plus the 16ms screen response now seems outclassed. The Philips 32PF9986 or Toshiba 32WL48 seem promising but I gather neither supports 1366x768 via DVI/HDMI from a PC - is this correct? Do these models give good results via VGA? Am I on to a hiding for nothing here? Is the technology simply not there yet, or can anyone recommend a 32" LCD model with DVI which actually delivers?