I'm trying to decide on a new HD ready LCD TV to be the centre piece of a new home AV system. It has now dawned on me that all current LCD tv's (with the exception of the new Toshiba WLT58's) are already behind the curve as far as futureproofing. Assuming that most people will want to connect a HDMI enabled DVD player, and will be wanting to do likewise with forthcoming Sky HD, all the current LCD market (as they all have only 1 x HDMI input) will be virtually useless come spring 06 (and the release of Sky HD). I know there are now (just about possible but at significant extra cost) ways round this predicament (like buy a HDMI enabled Receiver such as Yam 4600 / 2600 or Denon 3806, or the new Meridian HDMI switcher), but this is not the point. Surely when you are forced to shell out upto £2K for a decent HD ready LCD, we could at least expect it to last us a few years without the need to upgrade rather as it seems at the moment, a few months. History is seemingly repeating itself here. Those of you who bought a CRT tv with only one Scart input all those years ago, will perhaps appreciate where I'm coming from.