Originally Posted by ngamer007
Is the green tinge really that bad where I shouldn't get the set? Is it that distracting?
No. Green tinge is mostly a white balance issue. Take your color setting all the way to zero, then adjust the white balance, reducing the "bias" to reduce green in dark areas, or "gain" to reduce it in light areas, so all shades of gray are true gray not tinged one way or another, then bring the color setting back up to where things look natural, not oversaturated or pushed. Try setting your set to "Warm 1" and color around 40 to 45 as a start.
And that's great news that it has VGA. I'll be able to watch upscaled DVDs and play games/HD-DVD in 1080p from my Xbox 360.
VGA supports a maximum resolution of 1366xsomething on the A2000.
Component will support 1080i.
1080p is only supported through the HDMI ports.