I was talking to one of our tech guys at work today and we got talking about LCD panels. Anyhow to cut to the chase, he reckons for anyone looking to buy a half decent 32" LCD panel in the £1K bracket you could do a lot worse than the Daewo. Having looked at the site I enclose specs so you can judge for yourself FEATURES 32" 1080i and 720P HDTV 16:9, 4:3, Zoom, Panorama 1360 x 768 (WXGA) Resolution 500cd/m2 Brightness 500:1 Contrast ratio Viewing (R/L/U/D) 88 / 88 / 88 / 88 Picture Improvement: Digital Comb filter, Motion Adaptive Noise Reduction, Edge Smooth, Black Stretcher Video Control: PIP, Double window Picture User Control: Contrast / Brightness / Colour / Sharpness Picture Status: Strong / Standard / Soft / Custom Audio: Stereo Integrated Sound System, A2 / NICAM Surround, Standard, Music, Speech, Movie, User 5-Band Equalizer Total Audio (watts): 8.0 + 8.0 W / 8 ohm (RMS) Sleep Timer, ON/OFF Timer, Auto Power Off Teletext / ATSS 181 Channel, Quick View, Program Edit FS Tuning System Connections: DVI Input: 720 x 400 @70/85, SVGA, XGA (1024 x 768), VGA, 832 x 624 @ 75, WXGA(1360 x 768), 576p(50Hz), 1080i(50/60Hz), 480p(60Hz), 720p(50/60Hz) Full Scart AV1 in / out Half Scart AV2 in / out AV3 input RCA Jack (V,L,R), S-VHS Input, Component 1 & 2(Input Y,Pb, Pr D-Sub Jack 15 Pin (Input) DVI-D (Digital Visual Interface), HDCP (broadcast) Compliant PC Audio Input Remote Control: 41 keys However, what really intrigued me was the following statement contained within the glossary, and how's this for a refreshing piece of honesty? Technology and Design The key features responsible for the brilliance of a LCD picture are brightness and contrast ratio (typically 300CD bright and 500:1 contrast). Daewo Electronics' LCD technology is setting new standards in this field. You will experience rich colours presented in a unique sharpness even above that of the best CRT display in the world. Looking at an LCD TV will be a startling experience in the context of High Definition. CRT however, still reigns supreme in the low resolution (480i) broadcast medium, and 480P DVD. Now I'm sure not many other manufacturers would state that for everyday viewing CRT reigns supreme.