The new Epson Livingstation 57" HDTV set comes with a DVI interface, which ***SHOULD*** display a PC DVI signal like a PC monitor, 1-to-1 pixel, allowing TRUE 1280 x 720 resolution. Case it is, that the Epson doesn't do that. It takes the DVI signal, butchers it up, and sends it to the screen overscanned about 5%. In essence, it cuts off a substantial amount of video data. To see the "whole" picture, you have to tweak the resolution on the PC to approx 5% less than 1280 x 720, resulting in nasty interpolation, greatly reducing image quality. (It's like trying to display 800 x 600 on a 1024 x 768 TFT monitor.) I am returning the Epson, since there is no way to defeat the crappy design. I need help - in choosing an HDTV 60" or more "monitor" that displays TRUE DVI 1-to-1 pixel ratio. No tuner needed. Can be rear projection. Can be plasma, although my butdget is limited. Thanks in advance.