Hi, the BenQ VA-321 has caught my eye. It is a 32" HD LCD TV with an RRP of only AU $1799 (GBP 723) Here are the basic features: 32" LCD Television [URL="http://www.benq.com.au/products/LCDTV/?product=792[/URL] 1366x768 Resolution 16:9 Aspect Ratio 1000:1 Contrast Ratio 8ms Response Time 550cd/m2 Brightness Supported Resolutions 480i/P 576i/P 720P 1080i 768 Inputs 1x RF 3x Composite* 2x S-Video* 3x Component* 1x HDMI/DVI 1x D-sub 1x 3.5mm Stereo * Include Stereo RCA audio inputs. Additional features: PAL/NTSC/SECAM Universal Compatibility Motion Adaptive De-Interlacing on all analogue sources 10 Bit Colour Processing 3D Y/C Comb Filter So what do you think? Below is a list of the supported resolutions again and what I will use them for. 480i - VCR 480P - Nintendo Wii 576P - PAL Progressive Scan DVD Player 720P - HDTV 1080i - HDTV/ HD DVD 1366x768 - Gaming PC So I will utilise pretty much every resolution of which the TV is capable, it is the right price, has HDMI, looks good and comes with a minimum 3 year warranty. What do you think?