I'm buying a second TV to go in the "playroom" of my house. It'll mostly be used for the kids to watch TV, or some DVDs and even VHS. The sofa is going to be about 3m from the screen but, kids being kids, I'm sure they (and I, if I ever have to use it) will sit nearer. Realistically I don't want to buy anything bigger than a 26in because we'd have nowhere to put it, though. Budget, however, is a real consideration. My wife would be quite happy spending less than £100 on a CRT set, but I'm trying to argue for upto £200-300 on an LCD, just for space reasons. Ultimately, I doubt the kids will mind too much about stunning picture quality, but I don't want to buy a complete duffer of a set. So, if I'm stuck with a budget around £250 and these usage requirements (ie watching from a bit of a distance but needs to look reasonable with low quality SD signals, which I gather can really show up on LCDs), am I better buying a smaller screen from one of the decent name brands - like a 21in Samsung for example - or will I be OK with a larger screen from a "budget" brand, like a 26in Mirai, Tevion, DMTech, Hanspree, Venturer, Technika or something like that? I've already got a "spare" DVD player and PVR, so it doesn't need anything built in.