I just got the Hyundai L90D+ (19" TFT) and just got finished playing with it.. I upgraded from my old yet reliable MAG 800V (19" CRT) which is still going strong after 5 years..
I chose this monitor based on positive reviews and the fact that it has an 8ms response time coupled with a 700:1 contrast ratio and 300 cd/m2 brightness.. The price was slightly more than all the sub $300 19" LCD's but I am pleased so far..
Initially I installed the monitor via VGA D-SUB connector and I wasnt too thrilled with the text display.. The characters displayed a little bit of haziness or blurriness and I tried to correct the display via windows and the hardware options of the monitor with no avail.. I decided to try the DVI cables that came with the monitor and surprisingly that cleared everything up.. My text looks just as good if not better at 1280x1024 resolution than the lesser resolution I had with my CRT.. But I have noticed that there is no AUTO ADJUST option in the LCD's Menu any longer.. Furthermore, you cannot adjust the screens position via the LCD's menu options either..
Is this normal for running the monitor using the DVI port and should I be using the DVI port? Pros and Cons using DVI over VGA D-Sub or vice versa?
I would like some comments from others who own and use LCD's..