Hello Everyone and thanks for all the help, yes it is an LCD monitor and it is correctly identified in PCC. I use two computers, one pclinux box and one windows box and they both share this monitor and a mouse and keyboard via a belkin kdm switch. This monitor is not using HD cable. The 60hertz lines seem to start at the
bottom and "roll" up the screen about 1 every half second. At 75 hertz it is at least 3 times that fast. Yes the word "ripple" does seem to describe it better, and the ripple lines cover the entire screen from bottom to top, at 60 hertz about 10 lines maybe. Upon further testing resolution does seem to have an effect, but only "lower" resolutions. This monitor was recognized and set at 1440x900 by PCC and is very clear at that resolution, it will accept higher, but lower ones seem fuzzy to me. As close as I can describe it , it looks like when you see a tv picture on a tv show and the ripples that go up the picture, just not that drastic, much fainter. I'm still experimenting with it and will report anything new I find. Thanks for the assistance and everyone have a great day.