My 36PD30 has some convergence errors and I'm trying to decide whether to reject it or put up with it. The amount of error is difficult to describe, but at the very sides of the screen, using a THX test page, the white vertical lines have about 1 - 1.5 phosphor dots of red down one side, and about 0.5 - 1 dots of blue on the other. On the RHS of the screen there is also about 0.5 of a red dot along the tops of the horizontal lines. I'm not sure if this is related to the convergence errors or not, but there are also some faint orangey colour purity problems at the bottom corners and a bit of dark shadowing on the RHS about 5 inches in from the edge. These can be shifted around using the Sub-Geomagnetic adjustment in the service menu but if I get rid of the shadowing I have a big orange patch at bottom left, and if I get rid of the orange patch in one corner I get a greeny-blue patch in the opposite one! My question is: can I reasonably expect better than this on a 36" screen CRT TV?