A friend has come up with an interesting project. He got a dead 32" RCA TV from someone who decided not to have it repaired because the chasis was pretty much fried. He also had a 19" DTA monitor that was dead so he wanted to try merging the two and make a huge monitor. I wasn't sure it would work to begin with but tomorrow we test it. We pretty much just used the picture tube and the housing from the TV and all other parts were from the monitor. We have made all necessary changes and checked the values and voltages from the monitor chasis against those required by the CRT of the TV and everything adds up. The only real problem was having to change the CRT socket so it would match that of the RCA picture tube. The only other challenge was cutting out the front of the TV housing and building a plate to house the monitor controls, and making it look like it belonged there. I thought I'd post about it to get opinions of anyone who may have tried this before or if there is any reason why it wouldn't work.