As I mentioned in previous posts, I am on the verge on selling my 32" Philips and moving up to a 36" Panasonic. Main reason is simply to get a bigger TV at a reasonable price. However, I am concerned about the whole 100Hz issue. I have had no problems with my 50Hz Philips, and am one of those people who see no flicker with a 50Hz TV. The last 100Hz CRT TV I saw in operation was at a friends about 2 or 3 years ago. I did not like the quality of the picture with the digital processing being too obvious to me. It looks poor when watching the likes of football or fast moving film sequences. So my concern now is whether or not enough advances have been made over the last couple of years to make it safe to buy a 100Hz TV now. I have heard that the digital processing is sometimes more obvious on the bigger 36" sets. Is this true? The TV in question, the Panasonic PL32, gets rave reviews from all the top magazines. Perhaps I should ask Currys to hook up a satellite feed and a DVD player so that I can see what they look like. Any thoughts?