So I recently got a 32" Vizio LCD VO32L and have it currently hooked up to my computer (8800GT video card) via a DVI->VGA converter (packaged with the card) and a VGA cable. The picture is sharp in terms of text, graphics, and video, and movies in 720p resolution look dandy. I bought a DVI->HDMI cable in hopes that I might get an even better picture, but was disappointed when I hit some resolution roadblocks. The resolution defaults to 1280x720, which movies still look okay in but text is scrunched. When I used nVidia control panel to try the exact resolution of 1366x768, the picture somehow got even worse, and looks nothing like the VGA 1366x768. Is the HDMI cable only capable of 1280x720 resolution, or am I missing a step that lets it look better at the TV's native resolution? Is VGA a better cable choice in this situation?