Hi All Just wanted to share my experience so far with the 22" Widescreen Samsung TV/Monitor. Picked it up a couple of days ago from Argos for 249 quid with 3 year warranty. Seemed an excellent price as searches on the web threw up this Tv/monitor for 300 on average. TV is Samsung glossy black with thin silver strip along the bottom. Looks pretty good - even the wife approved. Touch sensitive controls are cool in theory but annoying in use. Main use is for a monitor. So far - happy! Great picture at full res (1680 x 1050) via VGA. Haven't tried the DVI or HDMI connector yet. In a dim room on a black screen there is some clouding around the edges but does not bother me in normal use and also better than my Dell and HP monitors that I use daily. Have only tried TV via Scart and AV connectors and it is terrible (haven't tried component or RF yet). Resembles those cheap and nasty LCD screens in woolworths. There are hardly any settings to adjust so am at a loss how to improve it. Played with colour, sharpness, contrast and brightness but bad no matter which way I do it. As far as a TV goes so far I couldn't recommend it at all. If anyone knows of a service menu or some secret settings somewhere please let me know! Next plan is to hook up a PS3 and XBOX. Given the performance of the monitor I don't expect any problems via VGA or HDMI. Screen will even accept 1080p (then downscale of course). Sound is fairly poor (but as expected for a monitor). Overall happy as my main use is for PC and PS3 (soon!) but dissapointed with TV. I think maybe I should have gone for the LG equivalent since it seems to have more TV processing than the Samsung but then AFAIK the monitor is not as good. That's all folks.