please don't judge this komodo's PQ by those pics i posted, as i mentioned, i didn't use tripod, the camera is not a good one, plus, the screen can not be paused, all of these can affect the quality of the pics.
i agree, when you buy a HDTV, you are not going to use it to watch SD. but as matter of the fact, now most of the channels send out the signals both in SD and HD, so even you are not going to sign on HD cable or other services, you can always get OTA HD sources using a good antenna. this Komodo is one of the best to watch SD programming i have ever seen, i don't see any difference with my friend's new sharp aquos 37".
for the pc, at it's native resolution 1360x768, the text is pretty sharp, but when set to 1920x1080, it looked terrible, i don't know if connect it via DVI/HDMi will improve how much, will try this evening.
i will also try a upscale DVD connect to HDMI, see how the PQ is. and also will do some setting adjustment. I don't have anything else to try, e.g. PS3, Wii, Xbox, and I don't even have HD cable, so don't expect too much from me.
Again, it is a very good TV, worth the money. If you let me select 42" Komodo or 37" Sharp Aquos (same price, same 1366x768), i would definitely choose Komodo! but if you are seriously considering to have a good HDTV plus use it as computer monitor, then you should buy the Naga, or some other brands which have native 1920x1080p resolution.