Just got back from Currys in my lunch hour and had a bit of an argument with a "salesman" and his manager! They have an LG 42PX3RV marked with the HDready logo. I was stood listening while a customer nearly handed over £1500 for it. Maybe I shouldn't have but I couldn't help myself, so I told the potential customer that the TV was not HD as it didn't have the correct resolution (850, 480 I think it had) and that although it was capable of receiving a HD connection the picture was just scaled down. I wasn't saying that the TV was bad, I've no doubts its a good set but the guy was being led to believe it was something it wasn't and he was happy enough when he found out. However, the salesman and then his manager both hurled quite a bit of abuse my way, shouting loudly (as I did back). I pointed out that they were misleading people by displaying the logo on TVs that didn't meet the criteria and If I saved someone from making an expensive mistake then I was happy. Now I'm laughing to myself about it but should I have butted in like i did or stood back while the guy made an expensive mistake (Not that he'd know, he might have been very happy with it) Would you have done the same or be happy if someone had saved you?