don't know what the view of the forum is but is it worth waiting for an lcd tv? I've been in the market for a 32in model for a few months now and, having seen various reviews, I was ready to plump for the Sony KLVL32M1. Then Sky dropped the bombshell about high-definition telly. Sony's decision to include no HDMI/DVI input is a major blow for me (and others, I suspect) as one of the main reasons for buying the set was to watch Sky TV in high definition. I turned my attentions to the Sharp A3/A4 but high demand and low supply virtually rule that out. My latest plan has been to look at the Philips PF329986. I know a lot of people here rave about it, although I've not seen it in action yet. I know the Sony handles all my requirements very well (football, dvds, films, soaps, normal telly etc) but I need to know if the Philips will match that or even better it. The only problem is the Philips is two grand which brings me on to my main point... Although Sky have made it clear what their intentions are, they have not confirmed it. And while they make up their mind, is it worth hanging on to see what happens? I've seen comments on this forum which claim it's not worth splashing out now when in 12 to 18 months' time prices will have dropped and the whole high-definition saga will be solved. Is this a fair reflection of the forum? Basically, I want a telly which lasts five to seven years and I don't want to be left high and dry while broadcasters, studios and manufacturers argue the toss.