I have been looking for a new TV for a while now. I have been considering either a 36" CRT (such as the Panasonic PD30 or the new Philips Pixel Plus 2) or a smaller plasma i.e. 32-37". Larger plasmas do not interest me as I am one of those people who does not feel that larger screens are better. Also I don't watch many DVDs so I am not interested in a home cinema experience. I just want my regular TV with the best quality picture. I am very tempted by plasma (Hitachi 32PD3000, Sony 32TS2, Philips 32PF9965, Panny 37pw5) but have yet to see any plasma that provides Sky/digital broadcast picture quality that is as good as a good CRT. (I am very impressed with DVD quality on these plasmas but this is not very improtant to me.) I have seen other posts that state that Sky on plasma looks poor because the plasma image is so large and the faults in the broadcast are being magnified. However, given that I am comparing CRTs and plasmas of similar size I cannot believe this is the case. Is there something inherent about plasma that is giving this result I am seeing e.g. having to stretch a 4:3 broadcast image at the same time as scaling it to fit the pannel resolution?