Took delivery of a 32" FX68 last Sunday and mostly very happy (but then I've traded-up from a square 28" Sharp which kept breaking down, so it'd be difficult not to be.....). The sound is great, but there are a few picture niggles. Firstly, fast-moving action doesn't seem good. It's quite fuzzy (the players look like their playing in a heat haze or they've eaten too much Ready Brek) and it's irritiating me a bit. I know 100hz processing causes this sort of problem, but will I get better than the FX68 or is it just a case of making do with it? I haven't got Sky (yet), but would this improve things? I'm thinking particularly of the football as I'd hate to pay £700-odd for the TV and a further £40 a month for Sky and get the same problem. Is there anything I can do to the set to change any settings as I've only got until Saturday to send it back. The only other slight problem is a slight vertical bar a few inches in from the left hand side of the screen. You can hardly see it, but it's there. Is it again a case of this being something you're pretty much always going to get on a big TV and you've just got to live with it if it's not too bad? The TV is otherwise great, everything works, it's whole, in one piece, looks nice and I don't particularly want to have the hassle of having to choose another, but it's a lot of money. Is it worth the hassle of getting another TV only to get the same problems? Would a good 50hz TV be better (Panasonic PS5?) or would a more expensive 100hz be better, i.e. PD30 or FQ70?