I am thinking of purchasing a display for my MBP, but am unsure what are the best ones out there. As I see it, all TVs with VGA input should be compatible with my mac so long as i get the right cable (am I wrong?) If it were a monitor, it would have to be at least 24", with a maximum of 5ms response and at least 1920x1200 resolution. Also, I'm looking at around £300 budget, although ideally it would be cheaper. I don't know much about monitors, so if there is a key feature I need to take into account, I would be grateful for any help. If it were a TV, it would have to be full HD 1080p, at least 32" diagonally, 100hz (that frame-adding thing) and around the same budget. Again, I know little about TVs, so if there is anything else vital to take into account, advice would be heartily appreciated. Thanks. I would also be grateful if anyone could give me a conclusive reason why to get a monitor vs. a TV or vice versa. Obviously the potential added cost of a TV license £142 is tipping the scales in favour of the monitor, given that I don't watch TV. If this is practicably and legally possible to get around, then I'd appreciate any info w.r.t. that too.