I'm hoping to buy an LCD TV in the next 3-6 months. I've currently got a 32" Toshiba CRT widescreen fed by NTL's digitalplus service, but am looking to de-clutter my smallish lounge and want a HD-ready wall-mounted flatscreen. I have a fair selection of low/mid range hifi including the Yamaha YSP-1 DSP, so I'm not really concerned about the flatscreen's speakers or sound facilities per se. DVD-wise, I've a Pioneer DV-656A and a Toshiba RD-SX32 HDD/DVD recorder. From wandering around C*met etc, I think a lot of 32" screens look smallish (probably just compared to the large box my Tosh CRT is!), with 42" and above too large, so I'm thinking 37" would be a good compromise. I can afford around the £1500 mark. In the run-up to Xmas and the January sales, should I hold off since prices might come down? When I buy hifi, I've always tended to compile a table of potential buys and compare their technical specs and facilities. For LCD screens/TVs, what specs should I compare and why? What facilities should I look for that are genuinely useful and not just some gizmo you play with for the first few days then forget? I'd probably like a digital tuner built in as well, but it's not mandatory. From what I've seen so far, there seem to be a range of HD-ready resolutions, for example, or am I misreading them? In terms of suppliers, I was maybe thinking about Toshiba (the 37WL56), Philips (37PF5520D), Hitachi, Pioneer, Panasonic i.e. any of the bigger, better known names. What models should I consider and then audition? I've just started trawling through the forums and their FAQs, so forgive me if I'm asking for info I'll find there - it'd be useful if I could be directed towards the most useful to save me trawling about for days! Finally, I don't know why I'm leaning towards LCD rather than plasma - is LCD the way to go? Thanks!