So for ages I've heard : a) CRT is the dogs preverbials for Standard Def video - no plasma can touch a CRT in this area b) There's no CRT TVs that are HD Ready. c) Full HD availability of all channels will not come until 2012. So at CeBit I was supprised to find Europes first HD ready CRT!! OK - its only 32 inches at the moment, but hell, its expected to ship to consumers at £350!!! Surely, its only a matter of time before 42"+ comes out, and at what surely would not be at much of a premium over the 32" (£500/600??). As this TV is not the full depth of a normal CRT (it's described as being "Slim Fit") for those that do not wall mount their plasmas, could this be the preferred way to go? Surely, if CRT offers a better picture than plasma, and what sounds like 90% of channels will have no HD tranmission - surely plasma could actually take a serious hit. Alternatively, it could help drive down plasas - so we can all afford those 100" models we've seen this week.