For over 3 years I've been running my NEC Mitsubishi 22" CRT at 1600 x 1200. First because that's the highest resolution my video card would support. Then because the GF6800 non GT that I bought had a shitty DAC on it, so anything more bandwidth intensive than 1600 x 1200 @ 72 Hz made the screen get blurry. Now that I've built a new computer with a new video card, 1920 x 1440 @ 75 Hz looks flawless. Going back and looking through old photos I've taken is a joy because they all look a little sharper with ~ 320 extra pixels of width and 240 of height and a nice clean signal from the video card. I know a lot of people will argue that an LCD running at its native resolution is sharper than any CRT, and to a big extent they're right, but regardless, this resolution kicks ass. Also, photoshop and DPP run about 6x as fast as they used to E6600 GF 8800 GTS 620 MB 2 gb of nice DDR. I'll start to overlock in a few weeks. And yes, this is kinda related to A&P.