When I got my lcd tv, I hooked it up, and it worked, so I just forgot about it... ... but now I'm doing some video work, and I notice it's slightly stretched horizontally, so I want it set right The tv said it was 1080p capable. I don't remember if there was any limitation for vga port. When I look at vga display window in system prefs, i see that computer is set for 1600x1200. I'm looking for a 1920x1080 setting, but it's not there. next up is 1920x1440 The tv has two aspect ratio settings, "normal" and "wide" I had it on "wide" which is surely why it was stretching everything. So... I fixed it. I set it on normal, and checked with a ruler to verify that a square is now, indeed, a square. Problem is it letterboxes the screen. If I do "detect displays", I still only get options with 4:3 aspect ratio. Is this a limitation of vga port? Do I need to get dvi to hdmi adaptor and go in that way? If so, will "detect displays" give me the proper 16:9 options? Do I need to download 3rd party software like I did for my mac mini a few years ago? It's a cheap proscan tv... not sure of the exact model, but it does everything else just fine. not sure what to do.