I have been planning on getting a new TV for a long time and was going to get myself a CRT, but now I have decided that I might as well get a TV which is HD compatible which I don't believe any CRT's are. So I have decided that an LCD screen is probably the best option. I would like one which I can connect my PC to and which has a large number of connections (2RGB scarts minimum) and component cables for my DVD. Which is HD ready and can display all necessary display types I could every want. The price has risen quite dramatically, from £500 which I was initially planning on spending on a 28" CRT to £800-900 for a larger 32inch CRT and now to over a £1000, maybe as much as £1500. So I hope it would be worth it and would last a considerable amount of time. I would want a 32" screen. Now LCD's do have some problems in my perception. 1/ Dead pixels. 2/ Slow response time can lead to image smearing and such problems. 3/ Noises from them can be a problem for some people and most likely would be for me too as I am very noise conscious and often have the TV volume down low. 4/ Colour display doesn't yet match CRT's. So can anyone recommend a good LCD display which will fullfil my requirements and make me glad I chose an LCD display? Can anyone put my mind at rest about the LCD problems too. When recommending a display could a pixel response time be included and how it handles fast movement.