Firstly - Hello forum Six years ago I bought a Panasonic 29' (4:3) Surround Sound TV that still, to me anyway, sounds great. Over the past two years, ever since we moved to a house with a bigger lounge, I've wanted a bigger, widescreen TV. My dear lady wife has always said the same thing: "When my Mother's TV breaks down, she can have this one and you can buy a new, bigger TV." She was happy to say this as her Mother's 15 year old TV was only used for a couple of hours a day and showed no signs of ageing or degrading. Guess what? It blew up when she tried to watch Coronation Street last Wednesday! So, I now have permission to look for a bigger screen but I have to say I'm a bit confused, especially in the sound area. I was and still am, happy with the surround sound of my current TV. The TV's internal speakers are great and even last week when watching "The Rock" it sounded great as the jets roared overhead and the rear speakers kicked in. Looking at TV's now they don't appear to come with rear speaker setup's. Have they all been forgotten trying to push us into buying seperates or home cinema boxes? I was looking at the Panasonic TX32PD30 but I cannot see if I could hook up my current rear speakers to it. Any ideas? Then again, after looking at other peoples problems with the TX32PD30, I don't think I'd want to spend more than a grand on something that has a list of problems longer than Leeds Utd list of creditors. I definetly don't want a 28 inch screen, that'd be too puny in my lounge so I want a 32. I still want to have surround sound - can I use my old speakers?After all, I had the cables burried behind plaster and the ceiling when we had some work done. If, as seems likely, I wouldn't be able to use my old speakers and their current (buried ) cables, please can someone reccomend a good 32 widescreen TV and Home Cinema package? Thanks for reading and in advance if you can point me in the right direction.