Hi, I am about to buy a Panasonic PX600. I have had a play with a model in the local Currys shop - changing the freeview channels from the button on the plasma via the dropdown flap on the front. I assume this means the displayed picture is via its own freeview tuner. I also thought as it was digital the fact the set was prob using an amplified daisy chained aerial feed didnt impact on the quality - as the set either had a good enough signal or it didn't work. I have to say I was unimpressed with the images - even standing 10 ft back and trying several channels. Pixelation / blocking was too apparent for my wifes liking. To only have a really good picture from a dvd isn't going to get permission to buy... I do accept the larger you blow a picture up the more visible the artefacts - but what was seen was not acceptable without at least asking others for their thoughts. I am aware of bit rates on channels being dynamic at times, and some channels have better encoding and bitrates than others- but I did expect a pretty good picture on BBC1 - Channel 5 etc. Can anyone tell me if I could expect a BETTER quality image using my Topfield PVR 5800 rather than using the Panasonic digital tuner? Would I still be better off connecting my VCR to the plasma and using that as as a analogue tuner via RGB wired scart???? (I accept this may only last a few years and be good for 5 channels). I understand the analogue feed is full bandwidth - and whilst it is old technology as I live only 15 miles from the transmitter I do get a really good signal and brilliant picture on my 29" CRT Panasonic. Are there any other solutions which don't involve Sky or NTL cable.?? Many thanks.