Well ATV is forcing me to upgrade my display, what are you running and why does it work best for you? Not that I am kicking and screaming, but the 4:3 displays we are using are not to shabby and they have component IN but can not run the ATV on a native 4:3 resolution?? (not arguing the point just dont understand the theory) I have enabled the .kext hack, see below for issues. So I need to find a good display to hook the ol Apple TV up to. Anybody have opinions as to what is a good choice for a display knowing that the ATV will be a big part of the equation? Looking in the 42 + range Just as a question what is the smallest TV display that will output native 1080P? I was told a 24 can do it for a monitor, but I am making the assumption a tv is different? I remember reading complaints of compatibility problems with certain brands, and 1080P not working on the ATV for some reason? Any comments from those that have dealt with issues? Are there any issues with multiple sources, I have read that the apple TV did not like to be on a hdmi switch, any truth to this? Any other glaring issues I should consider thinking of a display with ATV centric planning? The sources will be a connection for Comcast cable box, need BRD connections for future if we decide to go this direction (but quite frankly I never liked the whole hard media theory, I much prefer ease of accessibility that streaming provides) DVD VCR combo player, and a game system or two. I have the 4:3 .kext running but it just isnt good enough there is a line and a half of resolution (yes a half??)that the hack takes from the bottom of the screen, and displays it on the top as well as not even having a very clear legible resolution for the menu text.