Hi people, I've been a little slow in getting in the big-screen revolution - so far, just been happy with my 28" direct view TV. Have been thinking long and hard about plasmas - will be watching about 95% DVD - 5% TV, and will be partnering it with either a Pioneer 868 or a Pioneer 668. Firstly, will the two DVD players really offer anything different in PQ (don't care about DVD-A, CD playback etc) - their specs seem identical, both are Pal Prg and offer HDMI?? Price difference is about £250! Secondly, am not sure whether to go for a 42" Panny/43" Pioneer or 50" Panasonic / 50" Pioneer. The money for 50" is stupid, but the thing that is tempting me to save up longer to get a 50" rather than a 42" is the higher number of pixels. Is the increase in the number of pixels going from 42"/43" -> 50" enough to compensate for the loss in quality due to the screen being bigger? Finally, if HD standards are 1920px across, then am I right in thinking that none of these TVs are really HD standard. I understand that they'll playback HD signals, but won't I need to wait until manufacturers can squeeze more pixels onto the screen in order to get the full benefit of HD res? Or am I being stupid? A little help... pretty please?