Take the following example, I am trying to put the text on this display in the same proportions as it originally has, but with the perspect of the display in the image:
I always make a complete mess of it as I can never guess the virtual perspect guidelines and end up stretching the image (as you can see the word "text" appears pixellated). Of course I could do it but it would take ages.
Is there a better method to do this job? Also, can anyone correct and upload to me the correct image by using the .psd file at http://1drv.ms/1l2BKZF ?
I don't see anything problematic here. You simply are just munching around and re forgetting that the text transform bounding box is not equal to the screen area. Of course it will look crap when you overdo the stretching in one direction or another. You can try the Vanishing Point filter of course, but this is really not a technical problem but rather a more general lack of experience and knowledge of perspective drawing. Taking an art class on the subject will do more for you than just muddling through with experimental mouse-clicking and pulling...
Thanks for the tip regarding Vanishing Point, that's what I wanted to know.