So I am, for the first time, confused about the differences in resolution on my display devices. I have a 22" Hannspree widescreen monitor, native resolution is 1080p, 1920x1080 via DVI. My primary, however, is a 26" Vizio tv, native resolution is 1360x768 via HDMI. I can force the Vizio to 1080p, 1920x1080. However, it looks like crap, everything is blurry, and the tv overscans it. So yeah, good idea to just not use that on my computer. Some of my pc games will display in 1080p on it, yet the top and bottom are cut off. So I bump them down a bit (Morrowind only runs at 1280x768, good enough I guess...) I have my 360 hooked up to the TV via component (it's an old Xenon, no hdmi ). Up until today, I set it to output on 1080p, and it looked fantastic. However, I dropped it down to 720p and it looked identical. I measured it up, holding a piece of paper to the bottom borders of boxes and the side borders, nothing changed. Everything was just as sharp. So why can my Xbox have a brilliant 1080p display with nothing cut off, but my pc can't? And then the HD resolution for the TV would as a result be 720p, correct? If so why is the pc native 1360x768, and 1366x768 (which is listed as 720p) looks even worse than a forced 1920x1080?