Apologies in advance to all the techies, this is a layman's review. Just got my new TV (Philips 32PW9527). Bought via Comet direct for £1051 delivered (a pretty good price I thought to myself). Ordered via the internet around 3pm on Friday, delivered to the door at 2pm on Monday!! Even had a courtesy call prior from the blokes making the delivery to check someone was ready to take the delivery. So 10/10 on that score. They offered to unbox and take away the packaging, a nice touch. However, I kept it in case I decided to return (within 7 days as allowed under the Distance Selling Act). Put the self assembly stand together in about an hour. This is pretty good quality, in an IKEA style package. It is reassuringly heavy duty and the glass shelves look good. In combination with the television it looks beautiful. Connected everything up and turned it on. It immediately went into automatice setup. Very intuitive and easy to do, even without spending hours reading the manual in advance. Menu is very Star Trek with flying balls and "pucks". TV tuned itself no worries. I only have the one signal, via Telewest analogue cable - no aerial. Following some initial basic tweaks (turned down extremely high contrast and softened the picture a few notches) the picture was crystal clear. I wondered how much of the Pixel Plus malarchy was marketing nonsense, but there is a split screen demo showing half screen with and half screen without and the difference is stark even to my undemanding eye. With regard to geometry, it was pretty much perfect out of the box, just a slight tilt left to right, easily corrected under the standard (not service) menu. The only "features" I have noticed to date have been a minor distortion on the right edge. I initially went into panic mode, but when I changed the channel to any of the terrestrials the problem disappeared an the picture was solid as a rock on all four edges. So I am guessing it is the crappy feed from Telewest. Anyway, it is not sufficiently noticable to bother me on the channels where it appears (Sky etc.) There was also a very very faint light vertical band near the left edge. But once again, this was channel specific and even disappeared when I checked for it again the next morning (possibly not noticable in daylight or lit conditions) As for bells and whistles. There is a large number of preset formats available for picture and sound. It appears that, although you can turn off Pixel Plus, you can not turn of the digital processing. Also, it is fixed in 100hz. After some experimention I found it best to let the tele do all the work, since I could not improve on its efforts (barring normal contrast, colour etc.). Having said that, I am yet to put it through its paces fully with a digital feed (I have a Sony DAV system), so this view might change. All up, I am delighted with this. I think it is an outstanding piece of kit. It has a beautiful picture, sound is pretty good (although I rely on my DAV for that hence the 9527 and not 9607). It looks outstanding, extremely important now that televisions tend to be the biggest piece of furniture in the room. As a final piece of advice to those more risk averse buyers. Rather than opt for the ridiculous retailer extended warrantees, this set came with a optional warrantee on the tube included in the box from Philips (underwritten by Domestic and General Insurance). This gives an extra 5 years cover, on top of the standard 12 months, for the TUBE ONLY for £69. Considering that this is probably the most expensive part of a large wide screen tel. this strikes me as a far superior option to the rip off warrantees offered by most retailers. In summary, I would definitely recommend this set.