Hi. I'm interested in getting a new tv and this seems to be the place where the experts live. My requirements are as follows and I'm finding it difficult to find a suitable model in my price range (it may be that I need to wait until prices drop). 1) I'm looking for 42" (although I could live with 40"). I could strech to 46" but really no bigger than that. 2) I'm told plasma is better than lcd at this range but if you tell me not then I'm happy to get an lcd. 3) Must be 1080p. This is where I start getting confused. Some tv's say they "support" 1080p but all they seem to do is downscale this to their native resolution. 4) Must display 1080p via the component and vga sockets as well as hdmi. I have an xbox 360 which doesn't have a hdmi socket. There are tv's that display 1080p via hdmi but will not via the vga and component. (note - if the tv only supports it by vga and hdmi I could probably live with this). 5) Must be a recognised brand name. Yes I am a brand snob when it comes to to tv's. I'd prefer to stick to what I know so no unheard of brands (even if the panel is from a recognised brand). 6) Want the tv on a pedastal stand as I already have a unit for it to go on. Not looking to wall mount. If it comes with a really really really nice unit that can house at least 5 pieces of av equipment and allow them to breathe then I'd be happy to pay the extra. I don't want my poor sky+ and xbox to overheat. They're toasty enough as it is. 7) Price... My absolute maximum budget is £1000 although I'd like to spend around £800-£900 if at all possible. 8) Warrently. Would like some kind of extended warrenty (3-5 years). 9) Forgot to say. Must have good old scart sockets as well as I'll not be able to plug in my old kit otherwise. Prefer 3 RGB sockets but could live with 1 as I could buy a separate scart switcher. Yes I'm asking for a lot (fussy git that I am) and you'll probably tell me I need to wait 6 months before what I want comes in to my price range but I thought I'd ask anyway. Any help will be really appreciated.