After waiting an interminable amount of time for a suitable LCD (please no Plasma debates!), I have decided that I will (most probably) buy the Sharp LC-32GD1E Titanium series. I have seen it in 2 different JLs, at obviously inflated price, but no doubt will get this cheaper before long. This LCD meets my requirements (unless told otherwise) of being true 16:9 panel, integrated Freeview, with a digital input (DVI). I would have preferred it not to have a separate tuner box, but I can live with that. Can also live with the colour; actually goes with our wallpaper which has a gold squarey theme! Firstly, does anyone know of anything coming up to compare with it, eg is the Samsung 32" eventually going to have an integrated Freeview tuner. The Panasonic Viera 32" doesn't have a true 16:9 screen, nor DVI/HDMI, the Sony doesn't have DVI/HDMI and is expensive, the Toshiba has just been relaunched, again no Freeview or DVI/HDMI. The Philips also does not have integrated Freeview, but not sure of DVI/HDMI. Is there anything I've missed: what about a new JVC? And can anyone tell me whether the Sharp will be able to display an analogue signal; I still like good old teletext, although I did see somewhere about it having a teletext circuit, whatever that is. Just in case they turn the digital revolution off, it would be useful to have it analogue as well (although I could use any one of a number of analogue tuners in our VCRs etc). All need now is that elusive DVD twin digital recorder/HDD with DVI/HDMI to go with it.