Hi Folks Another quick one. Looking at the Panny PHD8 brochure and the specs on the input boards, I notice that the VGA15 input socket seems to take a much greater range of vertical frequencies than the DVI socket. The DVI socket for example, only accepts 800x600@60Hz, or 1024x768@60HZ, or 1280x1024@60Hz. The VGA15 (PC) input takes the same resolutions but at frame rates of up to 85Hz in some cases! Does this mean that a Home theatre PC, with a wide selection of output frequencies (fancy video card or Powerstrip) would be better off being fed into the VGA 15 input? Common sense would suggest that the higher the refresh rate the better the picture (less flicker (in the CRT world)). Perhaps this is not quite the case with Plasmas, although I cannot see why. Anybody help here please? Thanks, Gerald.