Both LG Electronics 42PC1DA and Panasonic TH42PX60 have a resolution of 1,024x768. Cnet mentions this non-widescreen resolution might cause problems when connecting to a PC. "1,024x768 is usually a 4:3 resolution; Panasonic uses rectangular pixels to make it 16:9. This is fine when you're using the other video inputs, but it means that it's difficult to get a properly proportioned PC picture" Any ideas? I will be using my TV mostly for watching movies from my PC (eg- WMV Highdef / divx) but like the plasma picture more than LCD.. How bad would the PC picture be on the screen?