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Default HDTV as a monitor?

Plain and simple, I have an HDTV and I'm cheap, therefore, not wanting to buy a new monitor. If I use a DVI to HDMI, can anyone speak to the quality, etc... Is it a generally bad idea? Lemme know,
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