I know there are a multitude of threads on this, and I have looked at most of them. However, the ones the I have looked at generally were concerned with using the hdtv as a tv, with occasional computer use. I am looking at it from the other way around. Allow me to explain. I do not have the best eyesight in the world, and generally run my 20" monitor at much lower than the native resolution of 1680x1050, and I still end up leaning over the desk to see well. Of course, the text does not look as good as it would at native resolution, and I cannot fit much on the screen. I did an experiment last night where I placed the monitor at the back of my desk, set the resolution to where it looked big enough for me to read comfortably, and then calculated out to see what size display would give me a 1388x768 (720p) image at the roughly same font size. This showed me that I could place a 32" hdtv at the back of my desk and see the text plainly at the native resolution. So I need a 32" hdtv to get the display size that I need. My question, not knowing anything about hdtv's and never having used one for a computer, is how do they compare when displaying text (at their native resolution) to a computer monitor (at its native resolution)? Would a 720p hdtv look better than my 20" at the same resolution? Compared to the monitor at 848x530? Does anybody have any recommendations on what to look for? Thanks for any help in advance.