http://www.tvandvideodirect.com/product.php?xProd=1078 LG RZ-37LZ30 My local dealer (who only main deals for Loewe and Sharp) said that the only other make he would happily order in on demand was LG as they are terrific panels (that power Philips screens) at sensible prices. He would often couple it with something like a DVDO iScan HD for more picture processing bells and whistles if required. With a hi-res source he said it was as good as anything for a fraction of the RRP. I've not seen one and had my heard set on the 37" Sharp Titanium, but the LG could be a steal if the reviews of it's artifact-less smaller siblings are true (http://www.homecinemachoice.com/whatvideo/). Auto Volume Leveller Yes Brightness 500 cd/m Child Lock Yes Consumption 180W Contrast Ratio 500:1 D/W Yes (1 + 3) Dimensions (WxHxD) with Stand 1081X 665 X 246 Weight (Kg) 32 Frequency Contrast Ratio 500:1 Front Interface S-Video 1 Function Auto Volume Leveller Yes Child Lock Yes Sleep Timer Yes Teletext 2000 page H/Phone Jack - Interface H/phone Jack - PC Audio in 1 Scart 2 Source 110-240V 50/60Hz S-Video 1 LCD Brightness 500 cd/m Pixel Format 1366x768 Size 37" (94cm) Viewing Angle 176 degrees LCD Part Brightness 500 cd/m Contrast Ratio 500:1 Pixel Format 1366x768 Size 37" (94cm) Viewing Angle 176 degrees PC-In (D-Sub15 Pin) DVI-D Picture Progressive Scan Yes PIP (PC/TV) 2 Tuner Power Consumption 180W Rear Interface S-Video 1 Side Interface S-Video 1 Sound Stereo/SAP Nicam/A2 Stand-by < 3W Zoom In/Out Wide/Zoom1/Zoom2 The only problem I can see is no component inputs (not even through DVI as DVI-D not I). However, the DVI input in the manual lists all the WideXGA (CVT) resolutions including 1366x768 @ 60Hz. So, the monitor underpinnings of the panel could be great for HCPC owners? There seems to be another generation coming with the LG XD Engine processing system (like Pixel Plus I guess), but in the meantime this could be a steal. Anyone seen one (or indeed the 42")?