Hi all, I've written about this before, but I just wanted some advice. I bought a Tosh 32ZT29B on the 29/12/02. I went back to the shop, complaining that the TV suffered from poor magnetism, that was created from my left & right speakers. This made the TV picture slope down from left to right (this also happened with shielded speakers, but not quite so bad). The manager agreed to change it (for a TV with a tilt control), after he had the service-mans report. I showed the service-man the problem and he agreed the set was showing a bad tilt. He said that I should use shielded speakers, which I then tried from a borrowed pair. I reported back to the shop, saying the TV's still sloping, and their responce was that the service-man said there was nothing wrong with the set. So now, the shop is now saying, tough! And are not willing to change the set. I then phoned Toshiba and they said it's a problem with modern TV's. TOUGH! Take it up with the shop. The set's even showing magnetic bleed from it's own internal front speakers. I'm getting a slight red patch in the bottom right hand of the screen, and dark patches in the other three. So far, I've complained to the Office of Fair Trading and through Barclaycard, and have sent the manager a letter of complaint, sent via recorded delivery. I've also sent off my Barclays complaint form, but do any of these work? What I'm asking, is if anyone else suffered from the rubbish that I am getting from this shop. It even states a 28 day money back option, if the sets faulty. I thought the law said 30 days and even if you didn't like the product, you can change it within 30 days. Can anyone clear this up? Cheers John PS. The picture still slopes, even with my speakers put to the side walls. About 3 feet away on each side of the TV.