Hi-Def CRT display? When HD hit the UK I will be looking for an integrated HDTV CRT set. I know that there might not be many but there is a market for them in the US and surely a few will filter through to here. Anyway, the reason I am set on a CRT is: 1) Better picture than any flat panel display- it will probably take five years for LCD to catch up. 2) Can display interlaced material as interlaced (i.e. not line doubled) at 100Hz as well as progressive frames at 50Hz. 3) Can display 4:3 material without processing. My one concern is the horizontal resolution. Of course it will be able to scan 1080 vertical lines, but after looking at US models, I am not sure whether they have the full 1920 columns of physical phosphors (i.e. 1920 RGB strips.) I know that this is not as important as vertical lines but still I would not like an HDTV which cannot display full HD if I could buy an LCD where I know the resolution (soon we will have 1080*1920 LCDs and at least we will know it!) If anyone knows the answer please post. P.S. Sorry if this has been asked before. P.P.S. Out of interest does anyone know how pure flat CRTs avoid pincushion effect?