Hi, I've finally got a monitor which is dot accurate at full 1080p resolution, 1920x1080 for my PC. Now when I play half of my 1080i .ts files, I see that every 2 vertical lines are swapped in order making these vertical jaggies. (See image, zoomed 4x, sharpened) I know it not the problem of interlace because of 2 things: 1. The interlace distortion make horizontal lines any the only show up on my 1080i video camera recorded material, not film material. 2. Even if this was an interlace artiface, this snapshot was taken on a perfically still image & these vertically swapped lines stay constant throughout the video file. On any lower resolution, they are not noticalbe. I wonder how many others may have a problem, but it's not seen because they are downsampling the 1080i images to a lower res where this artifact gets smudged out. Is this a generally un-noticed flaw? Is there a fix? All my media players show this image the same way & the other half of my .ts files dont have the flaw.