Alright, so I go downstairs to my son's Xbox room and I see that he's got his computer hooked up to the 42" Vizio LCD TV using the RGB input. He's playing around with Youtube and I'm thinking that looks pretty damn good for a TV, I wonder how some NinjaTrader charts would look on it. I expected the charts to look real grainy, but they didn't. I was very impressed. In fact, now I'm considering doing a complete redesign of my office from the floor up to accommodate this size or larger. Hear me out. It might seem odd to some. I'm envisioning a larger desk set around 60" from the screen. An extremely comfortable Lazy Boy recliner in back of my regular desk chair, where I can still easily see the charts (for those times when I'm in the money and just waiting for the stop & reverse to hit). By the way were talking daytrading ES here. And my favorite idea, I could put a stairmaster or treadmill right next to the desk, be working-out and still see the screen. The 42" I currently have is 1366 x 768, and like I said it already looks great, but Vizio has two other models to consider. One that is 1920 x 1080 (60 hz) and a new one that is 1920 x 1080 (120hz). So here's my questions: 1) Is your basic video card for smaller monitors (24") the best in this situation, or can I get better resolution with something else? 2) Is a DVI to HDMI cord the best way to do this? 3) Should I choose the 120hz model or would it not matter if only charts are displayed? I'd also be interested to hear from anyone else that has their rig set up with big screens and how they like it.