Well, after mucho questioning and help and advice from this forum, I finally bought myself a Toshiba 32ZP46, in the end it was the only one that looked right in the available space - I am over the moon with it ! Thanks to all those who answered my stupid questions But, I now have a few questions regarding connections. I have used component video leads from my Pioneer 575a DVD to the screen, along with a Co-axial connection from the DVD to my AMP for the sound - this works great. I have an Xbox that has a scart lead to the TV (scart 3) with a splitter box half way down from which I have taken two audio leads to the AMP - VDP phono jacks - is this the best way, or should I be trying to utilise the second Co-axial or even an optical connection - where do I get the leads from ? My Video currently has a scart type connector in the back which splits the signal into two audio, going to audio plugs on the Amp and one video signal, also going to the Amp. Would I be better to have a Scart straight to Scart1 on the TV and then run 2 phono leads from the back of the video, there is a left and right output, down to the Amp for the sound ? Sorry its long and drawn out, I am new to this but enjoying the experience so far Thanks, Rich.