Gentlemen, I was reading this forum for a while already and is very grateful for the education. I'm almost ready to buy a plasma screen, almost locked on Pio-433MXE, but the is something that keeps me worried. I intend to use it both for DVD, DTT and VCR output and for PC output. I'd have a little home network linking my living room HTPC with the main desktop via Wi-Fi and then to the Internet. I'd like to use the living room PC not only for movies, but also for games, some web surfing etc. The point here is that I want computer-generated text to be readable, fine lines preserved etc. Now comes the question -- my understanding is that if you use the screen in it's native 1024x768 resolution, you would get a picture with stretched aspect ratio, and I think that this would bother me. On the other hand, if you make your computer think that the screen has 1280x768 resolution, you would get an (almost) right-proportioned picture, but scaled by 5:4 factor in horizontal dimension. Just remembering how such scaling works on, say, computer TFT screens, especially for text and fine lines, when you try to make them work in non-native resolutions, does not give me any warm feelings either. So the question is to the proud owners of the Pio433, who made it work together with their PCs -- how do you overcome these scaling/aspect ratio problems? Is it that bad? Or my worries are ungrounded and I just would not notice it in either mode?