I'm in the market for a TV, between 48 and 52inch, budget £ 400 - £600 (electronic gadgets cost way more in Europe than in the US!). My main requirement is to be able to connect it to my desktop PC, so I can watch movies, content streamed online, etc. I don't have specific requirements other than this; I would probably like a smart TV which can connect to the internet and has access to BBC's iplayer, but I don't need 4k, or 3 trillion colours, etc. My PC is 4 years old and doesn't support WiDi. What are my options to connect PC and TV? HDMI cable? Should I connect the TV via HDMI and the monitor via VGA? Or is there any gizmo to duplicate the hdmi socket? The PC has an Nvidia GeForce GTS 450 video card, and an Asus P8z68V-pro motherboard with integrated video card. I had thought about connecting the TV directly to a hard drive, NAS storage or buying the WD TV (WD TV - Media Player but my reservations are: 1) it would be more expensive 2) it's not clear that subtitles would be supported. I watch a lot of foreign videos with subtitles in idx or srt formats. Forums are full of frustrated users who can't get these subtitles to work 3) it wouldn't work with streaming content which I can't record (or I want to watch live, like foreign news) Thanks a lot!