For those interested in driving Fujitsu 50" plsmas in their native resolution via HTPC, here are the PowerStrip timing parameters: PowerStrip timing parameters: 1368x768=1368,65,112,247,768,3,9,13,85423,272 Generic timing details for 1368x768: HFP=65 HSW=112 HBP=247 kHz=48 VFP=3 VSW=9 VBP=13 Hz=60 Linux modeline parameters: "1368x768" 85.423 1368 1433 1545 1792 768 771 780 793 +hsync +vsync I am using RADEON 9500, but it should work on all other RADEONs and most probably other programable cards like Matrox or NVidia. The plasma syncs exacly pixel for pixel. The two pixels are rolled off on the right edge (Windows sends 1368, Fujitssu displays 1366). Plasma internal horisontal and vertical positionings are kept at 0. There are no tracking and phase adjustments to make as the sync is exact. Image is absolutly sharp. Connection is RADEON VGA <-> Fujitsu VGA. RADEON DVI+VGA adapter <-> Fujitsu VGA does not work. It produces virtual display. The usual RADEON problem. I don't have DVI to DVI cable to try, but cannot see any possible improvements over VGA <-> VGA as the timing matches exactly. This should work on Fujitsu P50XHA10 as well. This is best computer monitor I ever worked with.