I have just purchased a Toshiba 26WL46A. In the manual under connecting a PC it says is supports VGA, SVGA and XGA (1024 X 768) at 60hz. Yet the screen has a top resolution of 1366 X 768. I have seen other screens advertised as WXGA with resolutions of 1280 X 720 & 1366 X 768. What is the actual difference between 2 screens with the same resolution, one stating XGA and the other WXGA. And secondly is the toshiba capable of displaying 1360 X 768 at 60hz correctly, it just seems like a strange thing to leave out of the screens specs. I hope this is not too much of a newb question as I am new to LCD's and HD and don't fully understand the technology.