Hello everyone, I’ve been out of the hobby for much of last year due to the fact that my old Mitsubishi RPTV was finally starting to die (Got it in the mid 1980’s, so I can hardly complain). All this changed however when final authorization was given to purchase a new TV. Today we came home with a Mitsubishi WS 55511 55” TV. I know it’s an older model, but I’m satisfied with the deal we got After spending almost 8 hours hooking everything up, tweaking things, and playing around, I find myself with lots of questions. I’d like your guys help. I am heavy duty into computers, so when I found the TV had a “VGA input” I was excited to say the least. To have a dedicated computer for the TV hooked up in a manner which was so native was a major selling point. (I’ve previously had it hooked up with either S-Video or composite). I was very disappointed though, because it would only do 640x480. That in itself wasn’t as disappointing as the fact that none of the Stretch/expand/zoom/etc options functioned when using VGA input. I had envisioned it being much the same as when I watch a letterbox laserdisc/DVD. In that case, what I would do would be to switch it to expand mode once the movie started which would bring it from its tiny inner box to its proper dimensions. With the VGA input however, it was permanently in stretch mode which was awful and the only way I think I might ever be able to use a computer to watch movies via the VGA input would be to stretch it vertically on the source to compensate for the horizontal stretching the TV does, though I’m not sure how I’d even go about doing that, sigh… I noticed on the back, in addition to the many component inputs, there appeared to be one that had 5 inputs, meaning the horizontal and vertical hold on different cables I believe. This is strikingly similar to the setup one of my high end 21” computer monitors use. It has a cable which takes the analog video signal from the computer and splits it into 5 separate BNC cables which then go into the monitor. Could I do this on the TV also? A quick search on google lead me to a store that sold this cable: If I were to use this cable to hook up my computer to the TV using the RGBHV inputs, would I still have the same limitations I had when using the VGA input? Ideally, I’d like to be able to set the computer to run at 1920x1080, which I believe conforms to 1080i HDTV. So do you think I’m headed down the right track with this cable idea? Also, I understand that the TV is capable of 480i, 480P, and 1080i, but no form of 720 whatsoever. In all likelihood, will this prove to be a huge limitation of the TV? What happens if I have a 720 source, is it upconverted to 1080 or downconverted to 480? I can only speculate. Thanks in advance for any help you guys may be able to provide.