DVI/HDMI Input Agreed it's the way to go. Wish list inlcudes it, high res screen, unfailing contrast and brightnes... but how do the novices find good info. I've started to use the www below. I think the price of plasmas make them attractive, but a recent group test between Phillips LCD 42PF9986 beat 4 top Plasmas Panasonic TH 42PW7, PIONEER PDP 435FDE, SAMSUNG PS42P4A, TOSHIBA 42PW6. (March 2005 Home Cinema Choice). The website: http://www.homecinemachoice.com/reviews/index.php?category=Plasmas This is incredible for any hi fi lover out there. It goes and scans all the wonderful reviews and pain stakingly organizes it so you can choose type of harware and manafacturer and when reviewed. IN my research to pit LCD vs Plasma I have come to my conclusions that I want to be HDTV ready. It actually cuts out a lot of the competition, which is good when you have to make expensive decisions, and there's so much choice these days. It seems I can use whether DVI/HDMI is included and whether the tv is HI DEF ready to help me make my choices. So I wonder if some experts here can help with 2 minor discrepancies I picked up. I wonder if anyone has a copy of WHC Jan 2005/or read the online review from aforementioned www. There is a review of a Sony KDE P42MRX1. On the right side of the page is a clear picture with text under it saying: "DVI for the HDTV pictures -pure digital". Then later in the article and in other reviews of same product it says "There's no DVI or HDMI connection though.." This isn't the only ?error I've come across a What Plasma & LCD TV review of the Panasonic Viera TX32LXD1, issue 9. It clearly says in the corner, DVI input, but the review slates it for not being high def compatible, and lack of DVI or HDMI inputs. Am I losing it here? Are these typos? I'm getting so ultra obsessed with hi fi right now that these are the minutae of detail which will help me decide ultimately what I buy.