I've just got one of Dells 24" TFT monitors, 1920x1200 res. Graphics card in the PC is an Inno3D GeForce FX 5900 XT which has VGA and DVI outputs. Connecting with VGA and there's no problems, everything works great, apart from text isn't as sharp/clean as DVI. Connecting with DVI and there's a very nice improvement in the quality. *But* there's a really annoying problem, which is hard to describe. On say a dark grey background with a dialog box, the right (and sometimes left) sides of the dialog box will slightly "tear" by maybe 5 pixels. If you move another dialog box around ontop of the first one the "tearing" moves round. The tearing sparkles all the time too, like TV static, weather you're doing nothing or not. Another way this problem shows is when you have slight changes in colour in an image, say you've got the standard Microsoft "TellyTubbies" hill wallpaper set, open a window and move it around and you can see bright cyan 'lines' coming and going and sparkling in the sky and clouds of the wallpaper. Also text looks crud sometimes. The effect seems to be triggered when there's a solid horizontal line that is a different colour to the rest of the back ground, to the right of this line its as if the pixel clock looses lock and the line is shifting right/left fast. I'm aware that 1920x1200 is actually beyond the spec of a single DVI-D link, and they need to tweek the timing settings, etc, to fit the extra res in, but could this be down to a cheapo graphics card? Poor quality DVI cable? Monitor problem? Graphics card problem? I'm going to have a play with powerstrip and see if that can improve things, but there's so many timing settings it could take me ages :-( Anyone close by got a GeForce (or ATI) card with DVI output I could borrow for half a day or so?