I've just placed an order for a Techwood LCD32722HD 32" on eBuyer, the price was amazingly low and all the reviews and comments give it the all-clear. But, I also remember a 32" Techwood (I think it was under the Techwood name) being sold in Woolworths last year that had a bloody awful reputation for having a bad picture, tinny sound and breaking down after a week.. and you know what customer service is like at Woolies. There are several recent threads about large screened Techwoods and similar budget TV's but not much in the way of conclusions about whether they are good value. I know some people say "don't buy crappy budget TV's, stick with trusted brand names - they're only a couple of grand" but ***, I DO NOT HAVE THAT MUCH MONEY!!!! I had £300 to spend and originally I was going to buy a smaller TV around 20" to 23", but after a visit to Comet and Curry's I found that while I could buy a 19" or 20" for £200-£250, they are just too small - 20" just doesn't mean 20" these days! Width is 20 inches, but unlike the old CRT TV's the height is VERY variable and the average 20" LCD looks the size of an old 18" CRT, and the 26" TV's are just way too much money. So, who's bought a Techwood?