Well after much speculation and people saying that this screen may be able to be forced to display a PC input at it's native resolution of 1366 x 768 (with the help of Powerstrip), I can say that I've just tried it and the answer is "NO IT BLOODY WON'T". Nightmare . I tested this using Powerstrip and an NVidia Quadro 3000 FX Graphics card, from it's DVI output. The maximum resolution I could achieve was 1280 x 720, which left just over an inch all around the screen dedicated to the dreaded black bars. It did display a custom resolution but the picture was not stable. One thing that was weird, but I'm not sure whether it means anything or not to anyone thinking of buying this screen, is that Powerstrip stated that the maximum resolution this screen could display was 1336x 752! I'm no expert, but surely it should have stated 1366 x 768 as the manual specifies. Thought I'd mention it anyway! But at 1280 x 720 the Picture Quality was really clear and the Windows Media Player High Definition demo of Terminator played really well. It was a little grainy and not as clear as on my 20" Dell Flat screen, but I was about 2ft away from the screen!!! Couldn't see anything wrong with the picture quality from about two metres away though, looked great. The ambilght feature is very cool too. The wall bracket was a bit weird. Just a long bar about 3" high that the screen slots onto (similar to that key hole style thingy that are on the back of AC plug extension leads). I can't see my plaster board wall holding that!! Damn paper thin houses... One last thing, the sound was alright coming from a crappy onboard sound thingy in my workstation that I tested it on. So not much of a chance given to it there in all fairness. The TV looks the Dogs B's mind, why the hell I'm wanting to go the HCPC route is beyond me, I must be mad.