Purchased a Tosh 40WH08B abd DVD Player package back in December from Courts for £1699. I didn't really need the DVD player but after selling it to my brother it worked out cheaper than buying the TV on its own. After nine days the TV pic went blue with a series of white arcs on it. Sent it in for repair and Courts loaned me an identical, albeit a display model as they had no more new ones in stock. Got my original set back just after Xmas, but STILL faulty. This time picture had a green cast (like The Matrix film) and a blue flash would appear frequently. Sent it back again and had it returned last week. STILL NOT RIGHT !!!! Still has the blue flash and pic is out of focus. It's now in my hall awaiting the engineer and possibly a Tosh engineer to have a look at it in situ. In the terms & cond. it states that if the set is is irrepairable (as it seems so here) then they will replace it with a new or equivalent model. The 'equivalent model' here is the new 42" one, but Courts won't replace it unless I pay the price difference, as it's a more expensive model!! First they said £200 (and give up the DVD player that came with it), I said £50 and I keep the DVD. Now they've got back to me saying that as mine was on a special IFC offer they couldn't replace it with the new one at all. My other alternative is to keep the loan set, which is a superb pic and i'm quite happy with. There's just a few scratches and chips on the case (no image burns) AND have £100 refund OR a £200 Courts credit note, which is what I'm thinking of going. So, in effect the TV would only cost me £1375, (minus the £200 cred note and £125 for the DVD). Your thoughts/advice on my dilemna is more than welcome.