I was looking forward to seeing the Hitachi 32LD7200 in action at John Lewis in sloane square (Peter Jones), and compare it to other top of the bill toys. I wasn't impressed - with any of the LCD's - not the new panny, not the hitachi, nothing... They all had a fair bit of artefacts and noise, sure they were better than the 17" disasters they had on display, but it didn't get me excited. The only thing that looked half way decent was a £900 Sony Wega CRT, nothing too stellar though. Disappointment - LCD clearly isn't ready for prime time I thought. When I had a look at the connections at the back of the hitachi, I realised why it was a waste of time. All the tellies are plugged in via _antenna_, sharing a single source - a copy of "The Great Escape". So, to convince you to spend £1500+ on a 2005 TV, they show you a 1960's movie, running over a 1940's coax connector. On my way out I spotted The X-Men playing on a single Sony LCD - hooked up to something I couldn't quite work out, but it was absolutely gorgeous. LCD's don't suck, just JL's setup. Anyone know where I can view the Hitachi properly set-up in London?