Hi, I'm trying to get a 22" Samsung TV for my x360 urges and I noticed that its resolution is 1366 x 768 and not 720, so I wondered what will happen in the pixels over the 720, will they downscale to fit into the TV? Is that resolution an standard one? wikipedia says: "A common resolution used in HD Ready LCD TV panels is 1366 × 768 pixels instead of the ATSC Standard 1280 × 720 pixels." but I dont get it, why that resolution is standard when they call it 720p so the vertical lines should be 720, not 768 (like PC monitors). I searched more and it seems that this resolution is used on similar tv's too but I don't get thet either, they use same 1366x768 on a 26" TV too, so you have to basically get a worse image since you are watching the same resolution but with bigger pixels.