Hi all - have just got a shiny new PS3, and find that the gfx are pretty jaggy on my Samsung 26" LCD (26R41BD). I can only imagine that this is caused by the 1280*720 resolution output by the PS3 being upscaled/stretched by my TV to its 1366*768 resolution. Incidentally, my X360 with a VGA cable set to 1300*768 looks perfect. If anyone can shed any light on this particular prob, that'd be great (annoyingly, i've seen photo's of other people's TV's with the same games, and they look great, despite often being bigger TV's). Anyway: my main question: if we have 2 main HD resolutions, 1080 and 720, and almost all 1080 TV's are 1920*1080 resolution (1:1 matching of a 1080 source with the TV), why are most non-1080 LCD TV's set at 1366*768 resolution, so that 720 sources have to be upscaled and 1080 sources have to be downscaled. Am I right to say that i'm most likely to achieve best image quality (smooth-edges wise), with something like a Panasonic 37PX70, which has a vertical resolution of 720, which should perfectly match my PS3 games..? Thanks for any help/info/etc!