Hello all, I'm thinking way in advance here as I won't be buying until August/September so things may well change by that time. I'm looking for a plasma between 32" and 42" - 37" would prob be the ideal. I want a plasma that doesn't have a very large surround. I dont't need speakers or a tuner (not that it matters if one is included - although removable speakers will make the tv look smaller I guess). I will be using my Denon 1910 DVD player (which has DVI out) and my thomson DHD-4000 freeview PVR. I would want to get a plasma that is HD compatible even though I doubt I'll be getting sky. I know plasmas and lcds are good with high quality sources - like DVD's but not good with standard definition broadcasts. I keep hearing about scalers like the DVDO iScan HD+ which sound good but expensive and also Gordon ISF and his calibrations keeps popping up in threads I also want some 5.1 surround sound - I was thinking something like yammy 750SE and some MS Genies. I need a stand for the tv and other equipment (probably go for somrthing like the £100 Kenmark one) and I need all the cables. Right my budget, and try not to laugh, is £3000 I would happily by the audio stuff second hand, maybe if I go with the yamaha amp I could get it from Germany and the speakers second hand somewhere. Anyway, is that sort of setup remotely possible with my budget or is it simply wishful thinking? Thanks, Nick.