This might sound a bit discriminating but I need LCD owners *only* feedback on this.
I have Samsung SyncMaster 193P and I want to kill the one who have decided that menu must go :) No, actually, the problem is that LCD's built-in message boxes pixels (signal lookup, auto-adjustment, etc) are crisp and sharp ("as seen on TV"), while everything non-built-in is blurry, even in native resolution. I've tried to auto-adjust on checkboard pattern, but effect is still there. Is it some sort of analog input limitation? Does DVI actually works better (I have on-board video, so can't check by myself for now)? What's the best way to adjust analog input display?