Im a nervous newbie about to buy his first 32 LCD TV (£1200 to £1500?) and this forum has been a huge help. But theres a key bit of advice which Id still welcome. As well as watching DVDs and terrestrial TV, Ill be using the unit for digital photo slide-shows. I expect to burn these to DVD-Video using ProShow Gold (or similar). But what do I need to look for when choosing a TV for slide-shows of the best possible quality? a) Im told that DVD-Video has a max resolution of 720 x 576 (PAL). So will slide-shows will look pretty much the same on any of todays LCDs, since they all have a higher resolution than Ill be able to input? b) Would component rather than scart connectivity make any difference? c) Since these will be still images, does progressive scan capability matter at all? d) Am I right in assuming that, when DVDs go HD, I could potentially send much higher resolution images from a next-generation DVD player to my LCD TV and thus get much better slide-shows? If thats the case, would I be crazy not to buy an HDMI-connected TV now? Or would a high-res HD-capable TV, but with component rather than HDMI inputs, do the trick? (Im particularly talking about the Panasonic TX-32LXD50: its price is falling fast because an HDMI replacement is imminent, and its manual claims that it has an HD display which can handle 1080i and 720p via component.) e) Finally, would I get a better, higher-resolution slide-show if I made an s-video to s-video connection directly from a laptop to the TV, thus displaying the JPEGs on the laptop rather than bothering with DVD-Video at all? (This may well not be a practical option for me, so Id be hugely grateful for advice on my other questions even if this was a good solution.) (I also imagine that a direct DVI/VGA laptop-to-TV link might work well but TVs all seem to have their PC inputs at the back of the display, which might prove to be a big hassle for me.) Apologies for any idiot questions .