Folks, am wanting to buy a HD capable screen, between 32" and 42"'ish is my guide, got 3000 to play with but would like to spend a lot less. I have access to HD .ts files and know they look stunning (I borrowed a 37" LG LCD screen for a week and had the PC hooked up) but have yet to see current standard def (SD) look OK. Try as I might with the LG, I could not get it to look OK on Sky TV. Wimbledon was on and the courts looked like carpets, not grass, horrible to watch. Yes, Sky has all sorts of compression problems itself, I see them on my trusty old 32" Toshiba CRT, but the LG made them look at lot worse, no matter how I fiddled I could not get past it. Is there a LCD or plasma, in the size range about, that people have good to look no worse than a CRT when viewing Sky / Freeview? Or is it just that the new sets make the compression problems worse on SD, a payoff for HD if you will. This week I am planning a trip to a very good local retailer, who will, if I call and arrange before hand, setup 3 or so plasma, 3 or so LCD for me to view and connect them to the same sources so I can compare like to like. Want to see off Sky / Freeview, and upscaling DVD player. The 32" and the 40" Samsung LCD sets are inital favs - but viewing them in Currys etc was not a good experience as they had not been setup properly. So, which HD capable sets should I be asking to see to show me SD stuff OK, or is my wish to view SD at th same quality as my CRT just a pipe dream? Thoughts people!!