A bit of background first : A while back againt the advice of friends I sold my dead pixel free sweet Dell 2405fpw. Used it mainly for watching divx and playing games on my 360. Not really playing PC games. Anyway, I wanted a bigger screen (LCD TV), and now after going through an LG, Sony Bravia and a Samsung 40" job, I am back where I started. I have a separate thread in the a/v forums about my misfortunes here. Anyway, LCD TV's in my view are much lower quality then PC LCD's - they all have smearing, terrible on terrestrial tv, and are just unsuitable for web browsing (too low res). So the Samsung goes back to the shop the day after tommorrow for dead pixel reasons, and I get a refund (*was financed half in cash and half by credit agreement *). For my TV watching, DVD's and Divx's, I will be sticking with my Sony 32" 100hz TV and I recently bought a Samsung DVD/Div'x player, so that will do fine for watching divx's. However I will need to find something in a hurry to connect the PC up to and run my 360 in high def. Already tried to convince guy I sold 2405fpw to sell it back but no luck. There is a small chance a friend of mine will sell me his Dell 21" CRT which would be ideal as it has dual VGA inputs so will run my PC (1600x1200) and 360 (1366x768). This brings me to my question - if I decide to go back to LCD, then a 19" would be the best option as the 360 vga cable support 1280x1024. But I am so paranoid about dead pixels. 1. Which panel do you think I would have best chance at getting no dead pixels. 2. Which panel has the least ghosting. Very important that. 3. Is the VGA connection for flat panels up to snuff. I tried it once on my 2405fpw hooked to my pc and it kept autoadjusting the screen and fonts would get jaggy from time to time. My hope is the 360 would run perfectly on one of these flatpanels.