My Tv (JVC HV-32P37 CRT) is arriving tomorrow, and as I have no way to connect it to my PC through component right now, I can't do any tests etc. The PDF specs say through component it can display these modes:625p, 525p, 1125i - which I'm assuming means 576p, 480p, 1080i. A post on this forum has said that the TV doesn't support 720p (and I'm sure they would have put that in the specs if it could), so i'm wondering why it can't? And also, what about other modes, what determines what resolution I can set? I know it's not like a PC where you can't just set any resolution within a certain limit (limited by horizontal/vertical frequencies?), but I don't understand what determines whether you can/can't set certain resolutions on a TV. Another post (a few, actually) said though, that the TV does support 768p. So I'm also wondering, why can it display 768p but not 720p, and what is the highest resolution this display will support, there's no info in the spec sheet. Also, concerning 768p, I'm unclear as to whether people mean 1366x768p which would be 16:9 (but how can it be displayed, 3 pixels either side?), or XVGA 1024x768 - if so, how/why would this work on a 16:9 TV - surely the image would be stretched and look ****? Another poster, indicated that he could get these modes 1776x1000 or 1920x1080 (http://www.avforums.com/forums/showpost.php?p=913896&postcount=247). Now my common sense tells me that this TV can't do 1920x1080, although the blurb on the Eisa Awards (http://www.eisa-awards.org/history/2004-2005/video.html) suggests otherwise: The JVC HV-36P38 is the first consumer TV that is able to display high definition video signals with a full resolution of 1920x1080 pixels through a dedicated Component input - five times the density of standard TV and DVD Video images. Now, am I wrong in thinking that only a resolution of 960x540 is needed for 1080i, or is 1920x1080 resolution actually needed for 1080i, which the TV supports, but 1080p requires something else which is why the set won't support it? Basically my intentions are, to hook the PC up to a GFX card which will output a native component signal through the TV-out (nvidia 6 series), and to set the TV to as high a resolution as possible, and upscale my DVD's/Divx files (am I wrong to be under the impression this will give the optimal image quality?). So any help would be appreciated about what the best quality this TV can achieve is. To be honest I'm starting to doubt whether it's as good as I first thought it was when I bought it.