I read NVIDIA's site for the 3D-tech glasses they're advertising, and note with interest that along with the Samsung SyncMaster 2233RZ and ViewSonic FuHzion VX2265wm (both 120Hz LCD displays) they also list: Behold. Now, I just bought a brand new 22" monitor. So my desire to hurl £150 at a pair of glasses and what looks to be £250+ on a monitor is limited. However, I reckon I might be persuaded to throw £150 at a pair of glasses and then buy a CRT; from my limited searches they now retail for as little as '£finding one dumped by the side of the road'. It's not as simple as that, though; I think the games often need to be set to the display's native resolution to work with NVIDIA's drivers: (From here.) So it needs to be able to run 100Hz+ at a resolution worth playing games on; I was thinking 1024x768 to be a reasonable one. The third issue, of course, is how to connect the thing - the output from the graphics card to the monitor is by DVI-D, which being digital seems unlikely to work with the old-skool CRT. So, then, three questions: What, if any, CRTs will hold a 100-120Hz refresh rate at 1024x768? Does anyone know how to connect such a CRT to the video card? Has anyone tried this before? Or have any knowledge of how to do so? Any and all information appreciated!