Okay, so from reading the FAQs, I now understand that DVI and HDMI will give exactly the same quality of image, the only difference being HDMI gives digital audio over the same cable. Now, for me, I'll always be outputting any audio, whether it be Sky (no DVI or HDMI anyway, and I aint paying for Sky HD) or DVD, through my surround amp, and only the video will go directly into the TV. So I'd like to get myself a 28-32" LCD, which is HD ready, and of course save as many pennies as possible. Now, I have seen THIS TV in the flesh and I was actually pretty impressed with it. Not seen an HD feed into it yet, but you can now get it in silver and the price is very reasonable indeed. From those specs do you think it does HD resolutions over the DVI as well as the component inputs? If I can use either component or HDMI-DVI from a DVD player to this display, I'll be very happy. Can anyone see any reason why I should get a display with HDMI over this one, assuming they could match or almost match the price? If HDMI to DVI does exactly the same thing, then this TV is future proof, or at least as future proof as any of the other HD ready TVs. Am I right?