I've had my 57" Hitachi(57twx20b) for about 2 weeks now and I finally bought a dvi cable to hook my pc up to it. The 3d card I have in my pc is a Geforce ti4400 and it has both an analog vga output and a digital DVI output on it. When I got into windows on my Hitachi I looked at my display resolution options and the highest resolution I could choose was 848x480. There were 2 lower resolutions also. THe image quality was great at this resolution but obviously it wasn't widescreen format so a lot of my desktop was cut off. Since I was using the DVI in on the tv I could only do 16:9 mode and 16:9 zoom- no 4:3 modes at all. My biggest question is, are there 3d cards out there with widescreen modes and higher resolutions for DVI out? I've heard a lot about the ATI All-in-wonder cards be used for home theatre, are those much more flexible for HDTV's? I've also heard a bit about the Matrox Perhelia but I'm not familiar with Matrox cards. If I go out and spend $300-500 on a 3d card am I going to have a card that's capable of handling high-quality widescreen output? Or are today's 3d cards not caught up with modern HDTV's?