What screen resolution do you use? I guess I'm finding out that it's wrong now, but for some reason I have always used 600x800. I have just purchased a new, custom built machine mostly for image editing and I was told by the builder that I should probably have the resolution set to at least 1280X1024 which I have now done but everything seems extremely tiny now. I know how to make the text larger when it's too small to read but that still leaves everything else on the screen looking tiny. Should I just adjust to this new screen resolution or is this really just a matter of preference? Would my photoshop work suffer if I were to keep it at the 600X800? Something else, related to this same subject. When I set the screen resolution to the suggested 1280x1024, whatever image was on the screen was not filling the entire screen. The suggestion from the builder at that point was to use the controls on the monitor itself to widen the screen image to fill out to the edges of the screen. My question about this is, when working with photo editing, won't this have rendered a false horizontal widening to the image? Won't others who did not have to widen their screen be seeing an image that is less wide than what it looked like on my screen? I wouldn't be as concerned if I had had to widen and heighten the screen image to fill the screen but as it was, I only had to widen it, therefore I have this feeling that images will be widened in a false way as I look at them. Am I nuts or do I have a legitimate concern here?