Hi, It is interesting following the discussion on this board re rptvs everyone talks about the relative merits of Sony, Panasonic and Toshiba. However nobody mentions Hitatchi! Am I the only oe to own one them. Or are all Hitatchi owners satisfied <img src="smile.gif" border="0"> My fiance recently persuaded me to upgrade from a 40" Tosh (one year old) to a 55" Hitatchi. I would definately say the picture is miles better. The auto-convergence appears to work fine and the progressive scan really does help. My only niggles are that I don't think the picture is perfectly centered (after using a region 1 dvd with the THX optimode stuff), the convergence at the extreme limit of the set is not perfect, i.e. a white line at the edge with the tv cabinet has a slight fringe (not noticeable with normal pictures). Oh and I think the overscan is higher than I prefer. However when I summon up the courage to delve into the mysteries of the "service menu" I hope to be able to improve most of these. Oh yes I am annoyed that there is only one RGB scart <img src="frown.gif" border="0"> I am sure the old Tosh could handle RGB on two of its SCART sockets (cotrdicting what the manual said!) and that I had to pay for a TV with built in dolby digital, DTS and all the speakers when I already have all the necessary stuff!