Hi, I took delivery of my Hitachi 32LD7200 today, and here are my initial impressions. Currently connected to it is: Toshiba SD-330E DVD via RGB scart NTL Cable TV box (Pace) via RGB Scart XBOX via RGB Scart Please note though, this TV only has 2 RGB scarts. I have a Denon 1910 on the way which will be piped up to the DVI socket when it arrives, Until then, I'm just swapping the scarts as and when... Right, starting with the basic stuff, analogue terrestrial is as to be expected. Soft picture, with visible grain if you sit too close to the screen. Sitting about 8 ft away, I don't notice the grain and the overall picture is perfectly acceptable. NTL cable is much more impressive. Excellent colours- really vibrant and give a great sense of depth to the picture. Obviously, quality suffers on the channels with a lower bit-rate, but that's NTL for you. I was very impressed with football on Sky Sports. Didn't see any sign of motion blurring etc, it was all very crisp and extremely watchable. DVDs are really fantastic, even through a standard RGB scart. I've had a look at Collateral to test out the screen's black-levels, and they're great. Definitely amongst the best I've seen on a LCD. The opening battles in Empire Strikes Back look amazing. Even my girlfriend got enthusiastic about it- going over to the DVDs and picking out ones to try out. Trust me, for her to get enthusiastic about something it must be good!!! I tried to hook up a DVI connection with my PC, but failed to get the 1366x768 resolution (as expected). The stated max DVI resolution is 1024x768, but I managed to get 1280x768 with some completely random guesswork in Powerstrip. Perhaps it is possible to get 1366x768 over DVI, but I couldn't. Not bothered though, I don't have a HTPC- just tried it for the hell of it. Switching over to Dsub, the quality isn't great at 1366x768. Auto-adjust doesn't sharpen up 100% of the screen, there are areas that are slightly hazy, which to be honest is the same as every other analogue PC-LCD connection I've seen. The DVI-PC connection was fantastic quality (on 1024x768). If someone can find a way for the screen to accept 1366x768, then it will be perfect for HTPC. Until that happens, however, I can't really recommend for HTPC use. The Dsub quality just isn't up to it. The sound from the speakers is acceptable. Good bass, a nice sound. I wouldn't recommend it for movies, this screen definitely needs a good surround system. But for general TV, it's perfectly fine. Overall, I am massivly impressed with the Hitachi. It looks great, the picture is crisp, clean and really gives a great sense of depth. Some of the poorer channels on NTL look pretty rough around the edges, but feed it some good stuff and it's fantastic. Not for HTPC use yet, but for the money, a fantastic value screen. matt ps. Pics attached. Excuse the wires! Plug it in first, make it look nice later... pps. Ati 9600 Radeon by the way. EDIT: I have got 1 to 1 pixels over DVI using a nvidia geforce 6600 GT, but only with approx 1360 pixels horizontally.