Got some extra cash this month, so thought I'd finally change my trusty 17" CRT. I watch a lot more media on my computer nowadays, so I've been wanting to go widescreen for a while. I've got around £400 to spend, I can be pretty flexible depending on what I'll be getting - if its worth the extra on top etc. I've found the Relisys RLT-1720BS-T for £399 inc VAT at NexNix, looks like the best deal to me right now: Native Resolution 1280 x 768 Image Aspect Ratio 16:9 Progressive Scan Image Contrast Ratio 400:1 Viewing Angle 160 degrees Brightness 400 cd/m2 Pixel Pitch 0.289mm x 0.289mm Pixel Response Time 16 ms AV / 25 ms PC Connector Type 1 x VGA input ( 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15) ) 1 x component video input 1 x composite video/audio input 1 x S-Video input ( 4 pin mini-DIN ) 1 x RF input Picture-in-picture (PIP) Teletext Remote Control Now I've read back through most the reviews/comments, and am pretty sure on what to expect image quality etc wise, but I've got one question still nagging me (everyone's giving me different answers?!) Does this screen support Progressive Scan? Apart from that, could you recommend another screen? Is there a product being released soon I may have overlooked/not heard of in the same price range/category. Can you tell me a place where it's available cheaper than NexNix's £399 inc? Thank you edit/ there's this as well - Acer AL1751WM 17" Widescreen; while it does support DVI and has better contrast ratio and brightness, it doesnt come with a tuner as standard. Also is it just me, or does it look just like the Relisys??