After many days of reading multiple websites and mainly this board I decided to bite the bullet and buy the Sony KV-32FQ75. I think I only found one or two messages where people gave this tv a good review. The magazines seem to love this set, so why not the public? I bought my set for 2173 from a Sony Centre in Dublin, Ireland. Got it home in a taxi as it was half the price of them to deliver. Set it up in 30 minutes (due to the stand) and my jaw dropped. This is really one of the most gorgeous sets I have seen in my life. My Current Setup at the moment is: Sony KV-32FQ75 Loewe Xemix 5006 DD DVD player Denon AVR-3801 KEF KHT 2005 + HTS 2001 for 7.1 Dolby Digital EX & DTS ES movies US Xbox (got to love this on surround sound and widescreen) Sky Digital (Grundig box, wish I bought a separate Sony) The Kef speakers are setup in a 7.1 movie playback mode. This is fantastic as the Denon amp will only use the back two speakers if it picks up a 7.1 signal. The Loewe DVD player is a nice piece of kit, super sharp picture output and fantastic CD audio output. The Xbox is a bit of fun, got this at Christmas and is jaw dropping on the Sony set, much better than your Playstation 2. Anyway back to the TV I got the set back and plugged in the DVD player and place Star Wars Episode 1 into the drive. As expected using SVHS the tv set was not displaying NTSC in AV2 and AV3. I enabled this using the service menu and restarted the set. WOW I got my picture. I decided to play the movie and it looked very very sweet. But this was all played with sun coming through the windows. I then shut out all the light in the room and decided to go looking for the defects mentioned here. (This by the way is actually the Sony KV-32FQ75 B) What do I find. Teletext has blurry text down the left-hand side and the start of Episode 1 you can see the two wavy lines going from Right to Left. Ahhh fudge I was p*ssed for about 10 minutes, then I decided to investigate a little more. I dont usually read teletext, so I went looking for this on Episode 1. I could not see the blurred picture at all. It was as sharp as can be, only when you have pixel text you can notice it. The picture doesnt blend into each other. Do I mind about the blurry text, yes, does it affect me watching tv, playing Xbox or watching DVDs NO. Not a problem here. You CANT notice it at all when watching moving pictures, only on fixed text, no matter what DRC 100Hz or 50Hz setting you have. Right what about the lines moving across the screen? Hmm this was a tricky one. The 20th Century Fox logo appears then fades, you see them, the THX logo appears and then fades you see them and then you can notice them slightly in the star scenes . Damn not good at all. Well as I said I did not touch the TV settings at all apart from enabling the NTSC on AV2 & 3. I entered the Episode 1 THX Optimode screen, which many DVDs come with now, including Toy Story 1 & 2 and a couple others. I went through this, changing all the settings as recommended, moving the contrast around, brightness down a little, and a few other slight little adjustments. I played the movie again and guess what. NO LINES!! Thats right, if you set up your TV correctly you cant see these lines and the movie looks AMAZING! I have really not seen a set which has produced such a clear picture as this one! The colours are so strong and vibrant while keeping all there correct tones. Picture sharpness in the films are prefect!! This TV SET was worth every cent and I am not going to take it back or complain. You just need to tweak your settings, get a THX optimode movie and use the settings from that. There was one little issue, the horizontal position for NTSC playback was off a little to far left which I could see in THX optimode, I fixed this using the service menu and it is a nice looking picture. All in all, I have one very sweet setup, not any complaints about this set, just need to spend some time setting it up. I would recommend this set to anyone who can part the cash for such a cool TV.