I tried asking this question in another thread, but the database problem deleted it (and I didn't get any responses anyway). So here's attempt #2. Does anyone know whether there are differences between LCDs sold as LCD TVs (i.e. Sharp Aquos) and LCDs sold as computer monitors? Obviously, the TV LCDs have the component and other video inputs that aren't available on regular computer LCDs. However, what I'm most interested in is whether the LCD TVs offer a much quicker response time due to the need to display movies. Do they also have much greater colour selection? For the same sizes, LCD TVs tend to be much, much more expensive. I'm considering a small LCD which I will be using for video games and movies in my bedroom, and I just wanted to know whether it was worthwhile to spring for a pricey 13" Sharp LCD TV. If anyone has any experiences with LCD TVs (or even watching movies, etc. on LCD Monitors) your help will be much appereciated. I want to know whether LCD TVs will be quick enough for my gaming needs. Thank you!