I'm considering a couple of 42/43" plasma displays for Sky + DVD viewing through my HTPC, but am concerned about the resolutions. I don't believe the baseline 852x480 is good for PC use, so have just about crossed the standard def screens off my list. The next step up is the 16:9 1024x768 displays from NEC (42MP4), Panasonic (TH42PHD5) or Pioneer (PDP-433MXE). However, I'm concerned about the non square pixels, and how the PC display will be represented on the screen. Can I drive all of the 3 displays above with a native res signal from the PC, in full 16:9 screen mode using either VGA or DVI? If I'm doing this, will the PC be useable, or will all the text be somewhat squashed. When I'm running a TV (or recorded TV) signal through the PC I guess I'll have to scale it to be tall and narrow, so that it looks correct on the plasma. I'm hoping I can tweak Showshifter to do this. When I'm running a DVD through something like PowerDVD, will I be able to convince PowerDVD to display it correctly in 16:9? Has anyone got this sort of setup with a 1024x768 plasma running on a HTPC? Cheers, Andy.