I'm sorry if the question has been asked before in some other form, however... Can anybody tell me anything specific about the internal scaler that the x360 is supposed to have? I'm asking this because a friend of mine is deciding between a very good LCD monitor (16:10, 1680x1050) and a somewhat cheap LCD TV. As far as I understand it LCD monitors have crappy scalers, as they usually display the picture in the screen's the native resolution on the PC. TVs on the other hand have to deal with much more scaling so it's smart to include a better scaler. So... What will happen when and if my friend does indeed connect the xbox360 to the LCD monitor via VGA? Will the console's internal scaler detect the monitor's native resolution of 1680x1050 and convert the outgoing (1280x720p?) signal to that resolution? Am I getting this right? Or will the console leave the signal to processed by the monitor's crappy scaler? Or wil both scalers play a role in the converting? Thanks.