Is it a good idea to use a smart tv as a computer monitor? My main concern with doing this is the quality of the computer text. Will the text be blurry, or hopefully sharp and crisp? I only have experience with 27 inch dedicated computer monitors, and the smart tv's I am considering are 32 inch units. So the larger size screen is appealing, but is the quality of smart tv text comparable to dedicated computer monitors? I'm referring to text in all applications, including online text, Microsoft Word and Excel for Mac text, Mac Mail and text from the Notes application. In general, anywhere text is read within the tv screen. Here are the details about my computer. Mac Pro Desktop Tower (2.66 GHz quad-core intel xeon, early 2009), with the Mountain Lion OS (version 10.8.5). Here are the details about two smart tv's I am considering. Sony KDL-32W650A LED HDTV 32 inch http://store.sony.ca/webapp/wcs/sto...&productId=8198552921666519671#specifications Samsung 5500 Series Smart LED TV 32 inch http://www.samsung.com/ca/consumer/tv-video/tv/led/UN32F5500AFXZC-spec Both LED tv's are 1080p with a refresh rate of 60 Hz. However, the Samsung has a "120 Clear Motion Rate," whatever that means. Both smart tv's also have a built-in browser for surfing the Internet. I will be using an hdmi to dvi cable for the connection. The hdmi end goes into the smart tv, and the dvi end goes into the computer. I'll make the necessary adjustments on the smart tv and computer in terms of optimal resolution. Thanks for any tips on using a smart tv as a computer monitor, and in particular, whether or not the quality of the text on 1080p smart tv's is as good as dedicated computer monitors.