My SONY 32 CRT is on its last legs; to be honest, it has had problems for sometime, but I have put up with them because my limited experience of LCD & Plasma over the years has been less than encouraging. However, even I'm beginning to admit the inevitable, that my CRT will have to be replaced, sooner, I suspect, rather than later. The vast majority of my viewing will be Freeview SD and mainland European satellite (Hotbird & Astra 19E). Techradar's recommended size for my viewing distance (116) is 62 (not sure what the nearest TV size is to that), which seems like complete nonsense; although, for SD, they recommend 4 to 6 times the height of the screen, but I don't know what those heights would be, relative to the usual screen sizes?; given how bad some broadcasts can look on a 32 CRT, I'm loath to go any bigger than 32 LCD. I've generally been a 'SONY' man when it comes to TVs, but their current line up looks particularly uninspiring; as far as I can see, you have to get a 3D TV (which I have no interest in, at all) to get anything more than 50Hz, which might explain why they have been receiving 'mixed' reviews, particularly for motion problems. The old 32EX503 seemed to be well thought off, but is now largely unavailable (the few that do seem to be available are ridiculously expensive); what about other models of the same vintage e.g 32EX703 & 713 were they any good? What models of TV from other manufactures would you recommend as 'worth checking out'? Pretty much essential:- Best possible picture quality (least 'digital' looking, most natural, least motion problems, able to 'not make too much of a meal' of the, often mediocre, quality of modern broadcasting, etc.) Freeview SD & HD tuner 3, preferably 4 HDMI Would like, but not a deal breaker:- 2 SCART, preferably both RGB Decent on-board sound quality Any hints, tips, advice, recommendations, for an LCD/Plamsa 'virgin', gratefully received. TIA.