Sorry if there's a FAQ for this - I looked but didn't find one. Anyway, I want to replace my bog standard 21" 4:3 TV with something that can display a big 16:9 picture. I've discounted huge CRT or back-projection TVs as just too bulky so I'm really left with either a plasma display or front projection. It seems like front projectors are a lot less pricey than plasma displays so that's the direction I'm heading at the moment. Having read around here and elsewhere a little it seems I may have to bin the PJ idea fairly shortly: I most definitely don't have a dedicated room and I want my 'TV' to be watchable when the room is not dark - ie in the same conditions as I would normally watch TV! Also, if I had a PJ it wouldn't be mounted anywhere remotely permanent (ie just sitting on the coffee table). It looks like a PJ can't really yet provide the everyday usability of a normal TV - or is that not true? Also, there's the small matter of a TV tuner. Are there any standalone TV tuners I could use with a PJ? Looks like I might be looking at a 8000+ plasma display afterall Michael.