Hi all, I am seriously considering a little gaming on my new Toshiba 50H81 but I am worried that I might do something tragically wrong and so I would like to ask a question. Lets say that I have my VGA-Component converter box, powerstrip software configured for a nice widescreen HD-picture. But, if I go into Half-Life for example, I only have a limited number of choices for in-game resolutions. Standard computer monitors can change resolutions on the fly to fill the screen, as can my laptop (Dell Latitude C600). However, if I spend a bunch of time configuring the video card output for the HD-monitor, how can I play Half-Life? Does this completely screw up my HD-monitor? Thanks Jason Handy P.S. Also, why does S-video out the front of my H81 look so terrible when output from a laptop? I feel like i am looking at my Windows desktop through a pair of dirty glasses with the wrong prescription.