Hi, I've tried searching the forum for an answer but can't find anything, though I'm sure this must have been addressed before. I managed to coax my laptop into outputting an analogue 800x600 desktop to my new PWD7 (via VGA) and it fills the screen. Slightly odd, as the desktop has a 4:3 ratio, and the plasma itself is 16:9 - but the plasma's pixels are, I believe, oblong so that the pixel array is actually 4:3. And what seems to be happening is that the square pixels from the PC are mapped 1:1 onto the rectangular pixels of the plasma, giving a horizontally stretched image. Why am I bothered about this? Because I wanted to play video footage from my PC onto the plasma via VGA. But the footage comes out stretched. Question is, am I doing something wrong? Is there a way to feed a video image from the PC into the plasma and have it display properly? I have an nVidia GeForce Go 4-series card, if that's any help. Thanks for any replies!