I bought a Sony KV2092 (20" Trinitron tube) TV in November 1986. Still going strong, I only retired it when the IR unit packed-in lately: I'm too lazy to get up to change channels. As its replacement I chose a widescreen Panasonic TX28DTM1 50Hz and Freeview built-in, so to speak. But here's the rub: with no alteration to the aerial, the analogue picture on the new set is astonishingly inferior to the Sony's; and I'd say the Panasonic's digital picture is scant improvement. Opinions, please. Oh, perhaps I should point out that the bill of sale for the Sony reminds me I gave £349.95 for it a smidgin under nineteen years ago: pre-Internet, of course, though I did shop-around. The new Panasonic, however, cost just £268, delivered: I got John Lewis to price-match a largely (though not exclusively) on-line dealer, following the excellent advice found in these forums. So is it simply a matter of you get what you pay for? Thank you for your time. AF.