Ok my second monitor arrived today (so I now have 2x BenQ 2420HD's) and I have hooked it to my pc through VGA with the other one being DVI. I use the integrated Intel 3000 graphics (lol) which supports dual displays and I have got them both to work but I have a few issues still. One thing i have noticed is that the second monitor which is connected via VGA is not as sharp/vibrant as the other one even when I have calibrated them using the Intel graphics and media control panel (which actually works pretty well). Both monitors have the exact same colour/contrast/brightness settings etc, but the DVI one looks better. I assume the difference, then, is to do with the fact the VGA carries an analog signal as opposed to the digital one with the DVI, so I tried to hook up the second monitor with HDMI (instead of VGA), but the Intel display panel spazzes out, flickers and then BSOD's when I have them connected with DVI + HDMI if you are following me. My computer has 1x HDMI, DVI and VGA ports, so I assume it is possible to connect them via DVI + HDMI instead of DVI + VGA. It is no major issue as it is very usable of course in the current setup, but I would like it resolved in the long run. Because i have never had dual monitor setup before, Im not absolutely sure if the fact one uses DVI and the other VGA would make a difference (even if it is small it is still noticable on the desktop). Any thoughts?