The Panasonic TH-50PH10EK-ES: Number of pixels: 1,049,088 (1,366 x 768) The Panasonic TH-42PH10EK-ES: Number of pixels: 786,432 (1,024 x 768) I cant afford the 50" PH10 as i have about £800 to spend, so im considering the 42" PH10 but im not sure why its native resolution is 1024x768? Id have thought a 16:9 panel would need a 1366x768 or 1280x720 resolution to display an HD wide screen picture correctly. I'm going to connect my panel to a PC as its main source, for dvds and playback of stored video. A bit of media center, just without 'Media Center'. The reason ive come to the Panel camp, is because im concerned that the scaling and video processing in TVs will get in the way of a good picture from my PC (and any other devices i try and 'pixel match'). Now ive seen that the 42" panel has a 1024x768 screen though, im wondering if its a good idea to feed it 1366x768 or 1280x720. Doesnt this mean that to pixel match the source and the panel id have to set my pc to 1024x768? How is this any use for HD signals of 1280x720 and 1366x768? Sorry if i dont know what im talking about, ive read as many of the posts in the Panasonic Panel threads i can without getting a serious headache. Also, does the PH10 accept its native resolution over and HDMI or DVI board? I presume it would be HDCP compliant then too.