Thanks, Scotty, it helps to know that small text will come through fine at that resolution. I am trying to get one solution for my media room, in that I'd like to find a TV that I can use also as my main computer monitor, including for gaming and movies.
Samsung is scaring me, though. I like their DLP TVs, and their earlier models have DVI-I inputs and my PC has DVI-I too. However, their newer model, the one from last July, the HL-R6768W, which is 1920x1080, doesn't have any DVI-I inputs. Instead, it has HDMI inputs. The manual says that these can work as DVI-I inputs if you use an adapter, but then it notes: "(Not PC compatible)" and directs you to use the 15-pin dsub VGA connector, which of course is analog. I am afraid the picture won't be as sharp. I can see that Samsung is moving toward just having HDMI because it carries both digital and audio, but why not make it PC compatible?
I'd like to find someone who uses the Samsung as a monitor who can fill me in as to what they're doing.