Hi, I've been reading around these forums for a while now, but this is my first post. There's a lot I don't understand (yet) around here, so please excuse my ignorance. Any help would be much appreciated... I want to buy a display that will let me play games in widescreen and high-definition on an Xbox360 AND ALSO use my mac-mini (not at the same time, obviously). I don't want to be pulling plugs in and out to swap between the two systems, so it's going to need more than one input -- the highest quality of which I would like to give to the Xbox360. Built-in speakers would be a bonus, but by no means a deal-breaker. I don't want to watch TV on it (HD or otherwise), I don't want to plug in a DVD player or any other input. So...I was thinking that a simple flatscreen LCD monitor would be best for me. I found out (I think) that I needed a 1280x720 display. But then the doubts started to set in. I read about stretching; I started to worry about what would happen to all the extra unused lines if I bought a 1280x768 monitor; I wondered whether I would still be able to play in widescreen if I bought a 4:3 display; I became, in a word, confused... Can anyone help out. Just to reiterate, I need a monitor (or TV) for my Mac that can also let me play XBox360 games in hi-def. I don't really care about size -- small is fine as price is important, I'm afraid. Thanks in advance, Steve.