I got my DVI to HDMI adaptors on the weekend and was able to hookup my 32" Sharp Aquos to the computer. At the TV's native resolution of 1920 x 1080, images were clear and properly scaled but text was multi-hued and blurry. At the maximum resolution supported as a computer monitor (as per the Sharp manual) of 1600 x 1200, images and text were perfect but stretched to a weird ratio.
I left it installed for all of Saturday and enjoyed the larger screen real-estate. After a while I got used to the stretched image and played a few games of BF BC2. Everything was larger and just as sharp as my 22" HP monitor. I was able to get some amazing long-distance kills with the tank and in fact, I was kicked off two servers for using an aimbot (which of course I wasn't). Guess the server admins I killed couldn't believe that kills could happen from that distance, jeez
In the end, the stretched image became too annoying when looking at photos and I re-installed the HP.
This little experiment pretty much left me convinced that I'd prefer one big monitor to two or three smaller ones but I'll continue to weight the pros and cons of each approach. My current plan is to wait for a 27-30" inch monitor capable of 3D.