Well, I am having my Sony FQ75 taken back. For saying this is meant to have the best picture I think it is terrible. It's like watching 'Sunset Beach' on every channel, like American broadcast quality - too digitised. I think they have a long way to go yet to getting a sharp picture. Also I noticed the scrolling bars for the first time last night but only on very dark scenes. For its price I have to say that this is an awful TV and I have no idea why it got such rave reviews. You are basically paying for all the gumf thrown into it, 80% of I will never use. 100hz is terrible and is definitley something I would rule out on my next choice once I have cooled off. I will be refunded minus 10% which is a price I am willing to pay for my stupidity. So I am back to square one - does anyone recomend a 32 inch TV which is a lot cheaper, good picture, no digital crap like DRC, at least 2 scarts, one RGB another s-video and also s-video connections (preferably at the back). I've heard Phillips have a better, sharper picture than sony diue to the tubes they use. Personally I think even if I get a cheaper TV the picture to my DVDs will be just as good as it is from the source you are playing the image and as long as you have a good player and leads then this should be sufficient. I'm looking at well below the £1000 mark, even £500 if anyone knows of any good deals anywhere. If I payed £500 for a TV and the picture quaility wasn't amazing but the DVD picture is the same as on any TV then that wouldn't bother me in the slightest.