Just wondering if anyone has found a way of getting the Toshiba 27WL46 LCD TV to display the full resolution (1280x720) when feeding it with a DVI input from a PC ? Even with the PC running at 1280x720 and running perfectly OK on my PC's LCD monitor, if I then re-connect the DVI cable to my 27WL46 it only displays at 1024x768 (or could be 1024x720 seeing as the vertical resolution of the screen is 720 pixels). Anyway, it's not the full 1280x720. I had read that using the standard VGA connector works at full res, but I don't have a D-Sub cable, plus I'd rather use DVI for the quality. Any thoughts ? Thanks, Kevin. Addition to the above post... Managed to find a D-Sub cable and did some tests. Using the D-Sub cable I was able to get the full 1280x720 res in various refresh rates (and was offered all resolutions that my graphics card supports), whereas when I tried the DVI cable I was only offered a handful of resolutions (max 1024x768). Would I be correct in saying that the Toshiba "talks" to the PC via the DVI cable and limits the resolutions it will allow me to set based on some sort of internal hard-coded data on the Toshiba ? I take it that if this is the case, there is no (easy) way around it. I am either stuck with 1024x768 vis DVI or 1280x720 D-Sub ? Kevin.