The following method has been confirmed to give pixel perfect picture via HTPC for SP50L7HX and SP46L6HX. It may well work with others too. I have been playing with my samsung with my HTPC for the last couple weeks. Mainly trying to improve the picture quality. I have had some good results but to achieve these I have to do some convoluted things. I hope this info is useful to people out there. And if somebody knows what is going on I would like to know! SP50L7HX HTPC DVI -> HDMI graphics card -> 6600 GT Ok... Under menu->inputs->edit name change hdmi to PC. The below will NOT work if this is not set to PC. Using powerstrip added 1280 720 resolution with default settings at 50hz. The usual massive overscan is present. Press P.Size on remote. 16:9 shown no extra options. On the advanced timing options page modify the vertical geometry refresh rate to 60. Screen flashes black. The usual massive overscan is present. Press P.Size on remote. 16:9 shown but with extra resize options. Using these the overscan can be removed completely. Run the Nokia screen configuration utility. The only screen I used on this is the one with the horizontal and vertical lines really close together. When looking at the horizontal lines there are dark bands. Using the resize option after pressing P.Size these can be removed. But it is impossible to get the horizontal and the vertical perfect at the same time. In real terms this makes text on the screen appear distorted in places on the screen. Now the weird bit: Press PIP on/off. Press PIP swap. Change input to a scart with no signal coming in. Press PIP swap. Press PIP on/off. Some overscan returns but not the massive default overscan. But the good bit... The vertical and horizontal lines in Nokia are perfect. Text on the screen looks soooo much better. Movies look slightly better. The options under P.Size are present. But if you modify any of them there is a big jump in settings (usually to how they were before the PIP bit). Now I am as happy as a pig in **** but get the feeling that I should not have to go through this weird process to get the good picture. It is not too big a deal as I have a Pronto so can set a macro to do the stuff when I jump to the HTPC. Thoughts!?