I'm right on the verge of buying a Panny W6, and keep popping in various stores to view it and make sure its what I want. The trouble is, in some stores it looks quite poor and you can clearly see the pixel structure at 6ft away. In other stores it looks absolutely the best TV screen I've seen for ages. My old Philips 32WS TV delivers a very good picture, but isn't a flat screen and doesn't accept and NTSC signal so I really do want to change it. But, even when I look at more recent 32 or 36" CRT TV's I can't help thinking the basic picture quality isn't as good as my existing 'steam powered' set! So, have manufacturers given up on screen quality altogether? At the moment it seems: - all new CRT's are genuinely not as good as they used to be, and its a bit of lottery getting one without problems. -LCD technology isn't there yet and is very, very expensive anyway. -Plasma has really come on but is still in it's infancy, and you may end up buying a £3K dead duck. You also have to make sure everyone inyour home looks after it to avoid screen burn. I'm not sure there's any screen on the market currently that I'd be 100% happy with. Given the maturity of CRT technology I think this is laziness on behalf of the manufacturers. They could and should all build much better CRT's. As I said at the start, I'm on the verge of purchasing a Panny 6 plasma but probably just need a little push! Should I do it or would it be sensible to hold back for a while?