I currently have a 21" 4:3 TV and have decided to go widescreen. As a 28" widescreen is the same picture height as my current TV, and with a limited budget I've pretty much decided to get a 28". But which one? I've been into my local Panasonic Shop and Sony Centre and am now even more confused. On the subject of 50 Hz v 100 Hz the Panasonic guy was inclined to say that as I don't suffer from screen flicker on my existing set 50 Hz would be perfectly adequate. He also said that if most of my viewing was to be digital (DVD, Sky/cable etc) there was not much to be gained by having 100 Hz over 50 Hz. However the Sony guy said the opposite - that there was more to be gained by 100 Hz with digital input. Who was right? Is 100 Hz justified on a 28" TV? To be honest the Sony TVs - KV28LS36 50 Hz and KV28FX68 100 Hz - didn't look that brilliant. They were playing a DVD which included shots of a cobbled street and steps which seemed to be shimmering quite a lot. However the KV28FQ70 next to it looked superb but was a bit out of my budget. When I pressed the Sony guy on this he flustered a bit and couldn't really give me an adequate explanation. Could it have been just the way they had it set up? The Panasonics looked better but on the other hand the Sonys have 2 RGB scarts and Virtual Dolby. Or should I go for a Philips?