Hi, I've just purchased a Toshiba 27WL46 LCD tv, which has besides 2 tuners and a 1280x720 panel, also a PC-input (DSub) and a DVI-D input. When running my Radeon 9700 Pro AIW via DVI to this panel it doesn't work at all because the Radeon doesn't detect the Digital panel. I tried to use the converter plug and work with the Dsub connection which works fine. However the only (high) resolution I can select is 1280x768, which is interpolated by the screen, which honnestly sucks. When I try to connect my Geforce 6800GT to the DVI-D connector, it does give me signal, but the only resolutions it can use are: 640x480, 800x600, and 1024x768. i.e. not the 1280x720. I'm now considering to exchange the LCD-TV to a 32" Samsung (LW32A33)with DVI-I support, however... in the manual it says the following (broken english): DVI dose not support PC function. Further it states that the DVI port supports the following inputs: Video HF VF Resolution (Lines) 480/60i 15.734 60 483 480/60p 31.469 60 483 576/50i 15.625 50 576 576/50p 31.250 50 576 720/60p 45.000 60 720 1080/50i 28.125 50 1080 1080/60i 33.750 60 1080 Now my questions is that I'm wondering if any of you have experience with getting a LCD-TV to actually give native-resolution access to the panel via DVI. More specifically if the Samsung supports this properly as it claims. regards, Erwin PS the Samsung is 1500 euro more expensive, so it's not a decision to 'just try'.