Finally decided to go with DLP technology instead of plasma and have narrowed it down to two but just can't decide which to go for, mainly looking at picture quality and value for money. Saw the LG RE-44SZ21RD in currys on a dvd and the picture was fantastic, pretty fantastic on analogue too, considering how many tv's they run off one ariel. Went to see the Tosh46wm48p today and this looks very nice tv but didn't seem as sharp a picture as the LG, but still very good(Although it was a different store so could have been down to the signal it was being fed??) Need to make my mind up pretty quick as want before crimbo so tried to list some pros and cons. See what you think, feel free to correct any mistakes and give me your opinions. LG pros: 100hz flicker free (although lg site says 300hz??) picture in picture mode digital reality creation Been out a while and seems proven and tested with reviews to see Cheaper price at £1280 inc vat and del Progressive Scan Virtual Dolby sound LG Cons: Smaller size Only teletext no fasttext Not in stock 2-3 wk wait Contrast ratio less than tosh at 800:1 Supposed Rainbowing (Is this fixed on the 21 model?) Reflective screen Unsure if lower picture res than Tosh?) Only 20Watt sound output Tosh pros: Bigger Screen Nicer cosmetic design Higher resolution (HDTV ready?) Higher Contrast ratio 1000:1 but some sites have shown 2000:1 Fasttext Available now Front/Side AV input (easy to plug in consoles) Newer updated technology ???? Matt screen (no reflections / no rainbow) 40Watt sound output Tosh Cons: No progressive Scan No Picture in Picture Nicam sound, not virtual dolby (although I have surround sound anyway) Only out for a short time with few reviews and not time enough to spot the faults (all tvs have them) Price is more with a £1600 tag inc VAT and Del Only 50Hz Frequency ?? Is this right No digital reality creation? I bet there are loads more pros and cons but these are the differences I have noticed between the two sets. Any help and advise in this decision would be much appreciated.