Hi, This is my first post, although I've been lurking here for some time, picking up info as I go. I've discovered a whole new world of acronyms - I feel like when I got my first PC in '93. It's DOS 6 all over again . I'm in the market for a new TV due to the imminent death of my current 28" Phillips. I genuinely can't decide what to get. I've narrowed it down to either a Panny plasma (can't decide between a screen + seperates or a Viera) or a Toshiba PF3 36" CRT. I've disregarded DLP sets as they're just too big. What I'm most interested in is PQ. It's the most important thing to me - both for DVDs and games. So, in your opinions is the PQ on a Plasma equal to the PQ on a good CRT? Obviously, by asking the question in a plasma forum, I'm going to get a skewed answer. But at least plasma owners will have seen plasmas and CRTs in action. The TV posse may well have never seen a well set up plasma. I've been to Curry's et al to see the sets in situ - but as you'll all know the poor feeds tends to bring everything down to the lowest level. There doesn't appear anywhere local that demos plasmas properly(TBH there probably is, but as I don't drive let's assume there isn't). BTW I've got £2500 to spend. Thanks in advance.