Spending upwards of £4000 on a Mac Pro is a large commitment for me. However, I may well be able to turn this into £3500. I already have a 40" Sony Bravia LCD TV. http://energo.shop.by/pics/items/40v2000.jpg It has a DVI input. Recently, the adventerous thought of saving £780 and using that as a monitor hit me. Let me assure you, I dont know my VGA from my WXGA, however I can tell that under XGA (My specifications booklet tells me) the numbers 1024x768 are listed. I can only presume then that means that the TV supports 1024x768. Also, under WXGA, the numbers 1280x768 and 1360x768 are listed. Once again, I have no idea what this means, but I think it means I can use the TV in the 1024x768 resolution. What im trying to say is...have I presumed rightly ? Could someone, if they have the time also explain what this all means ? I would be incredibly thankful. However, it doesnt end there. I have a second query. Since the resolution 1024x768 requires very little graphical horsepower, even 6000 series era cards would run modern games on high. What im trying to say is...does this apply to TVs too ? At 1024x768 with a X1900XT would I required very little horsepower to run anything on high for the next few years ? If its of any use, the TV supports 1080i, 720p, 576p/i, 480p/i. It also supports HDMI.