I don't get it either. I only listed the 24" pixel density to have something at the extreme end of the spectrum. I didn't really notice any difference in clarity in PC usuage despite the pixel density difference between a 19" @ 1280x1024 vs a 32" @ 1920x1080. I did however notice it on the 37" @ 1920x1080 though as the pixels are larger and it results in a "screen door" effect along with a "shimmer" depending on your viewing angle if you are 3' or closer. Granted most people will probably not be that close but, I vary my viewing distance depending on what I am doing. Seeing the pixels does make it really easy to precisely line up my UI elements in WoW though. I did Google it but, every result that had that model and 4:4:4 in it had those words separated by "..." which is why I suggested it was a mismatch. I feel even stronger about that being the case now as one of the results was for "Dealbert" in reference to a "FatWallet" posting and the actual "FatWallet" posting is void of any 4:44 comments. I think this is why you can't find the original source of the comment. I don't think it actually exists. I totally agree which was why I said to try it out and that "you don't know till you know". The answers in the questions section at Walmart are "mixed" but, I did see some about DVI>HDMI where it didn't look as good as VGA. However, I have no idea what video cards they were using and it could be that none of them have any idea about EDID overrides, what needs to be enabled/disabled, etc. On the flip side of that I saw at least one comment where they thought DVI>HDMI looked good. I could speculate the complaints were involving Nvidia cards and the praise was involving an AMD/ATi card.