Ive just ordered a Sony 32FQ80 after months of looking for a TV. Despite weeks of looking around and testing TVs I still feel like I have effectively spent a lot of money without really having a good idea what the picture quality will be like once I get it home. I take around my own DVD to test TVs with but this doesnt really help me that much as 90% of my TV viewing is via analogue broadcasts. Invariably retailers either have TVs set up with DVD players (partially useful) or a dodgy analogue aerial that is so weak as to make all the TVs look awful. Retailers seem happy enough to connect up DVD players to TVs but I have not come across any that have decent analogue aerials. Other testing problems include not having easy access to TV remotes to change the settings and actually finding the model that you want on display somewhere especially when you want to compare two models directly. (Its much easier to find the Sony on display than the Toshiba for example.) Many of what I would regard as quality TV retailers where I would have hoped to get the best test viewings now only have plasmas and a very select range (e.g. Loewe) of CRTs. Does anyone else feel the same?