I managed to get one of the last of the above screens, and went for it aftyer reading various comments on here about good picture quality but primarily because it looks right for she who must be obeyed (had to be silver, minimal frame, no speakers attached, and max size 37 in for the space). At the moment I am watching it through a Freeview box (Scart connection) and have a DVD player attached. I have noticed fairly pronounced colour patches, particulalry on close up face shots, which are more pronounced when using the Freeview box than just the direct aerial feed. The picture on DVD (currently connected through S-Video until i get the composite leads sorted) is much better. I am hoping that the patching is merely due to it not being set up properly rather than a problem with the set. I'd appreciate any comments or knowledge people would be good enough to share on setting it up properly to optimise picture quality. Whilst here, I am intending to buy a Freeview Recorder - is the quality of picture consistent from make model to model or is it definately the case that some give better quality (as opposed to just more features) than others? The guy in Dixons told me that one digital box is the same as every other.