Ok I really need help. I'm in a vicious circle of rubbish widescreen TVs and I need a decent one. This is what I've had: Panasonic PS12C (or similar model) It had: 100hz 28" flatScreen Nicam Sound and cost me £599 from Currys. but I found out after I could have got it about £100 cheaper online. What was good about it? Flicker free, simply excellent picture quality, great looks. What was wrong with it? Very bad geometry. Loads of problems all over the place when camera pans, text scrolls. When scrolling through options side of screen waved about, side of screen was more stretched than the middle.... I had to get rid of it as the problems were too bad. I was refunded and for £529.99 bought a brand new Samsung model-WS32Z46VS and it was delivered today. It was cheaper than the Panasonic and had: 32" screen rather than 28" on the Panasonic Virtual Dolby rather than Nicam 100hz like Panasonic Flatscreen like Panasonic Good looks. What's was good about it? Barely any geometry problems. Great sound. What's bad about it? AWFUL picture quality. Really noticeable fuzzyness/pixellation even on crystal clear Sky digital, and on DVDs/games with a very high quality RGB cable. I think it may be called colour bleed-as around all pictures the colour is all leaking everywhere if you look closely. It's not noticeable if you sit far away, but the general quality's really bad. And that's out of order for a 32" flatscreen 100hz, apparently a brand new model... BTW it's not my signal or anything, as firstly it's Sky Digital and looked great on the Panasonic (as I said, although the TV had geometry problems) and secondly it works great on other TVs. And as I said I tried games consoles/DVD players and they looked the same. What do I want? -I want a flatscreen TV costing up to £600 which is widescreen, and doesn't have any picture quality problems. Picture quality with high quality DVD players/games and Sky Digital needs to be excellent. I don't mind small geometry problems like small bends, but can't live with any odd problems like with my Panasonic-pincuishon effect when camera pans, picture stretched everywhere. -It has to look nice, and have a sturdy stand. (The samsung stand is pathetic). -It doesn't have to be 100hz, as long as the picture doesn't flicker/shake and is impressive with no flaws. -Nicam stereo's fine, but virtual dolby would be a bonus. -It's very important that the TV has a feature where when it detects a widescreen signal (through SKY) then the screen goes into wide mode. I hate fiddling around with every programme on this Samsung to see which looks best. -An autofit option is on most widescreens these days. However it has to be a decent one, rather than one which simply stretches the picture horizontally. The Panasonic one looked quite bad in 4:3 broadcasts, but this Samsung looks quite good if I put it in panorama mode. -30-32" (or bigger!) for the price. Those things above are what I'm looking for. Extras like 100hz, Dolby and so on aren't necessary but are a bonus. I mostly want a TV which don't have geometry problems across the range (if your models 'ok' and other people have complained that there one's aren't) and it has to have an excellent quality flatscreen with no flaws. (The panasonic one was very good picture, but as I've said the geometry problems were bad). So if you own a widescreen TV you're happy with then please tell me the model, and any details about it. I'll do the research myself unless you have some links! Don't worry if you do a quick search and it costs £700 or something, as I've found that online prices vary massively. I'd prefer a Japanese company as they are more reliable. (and lastly don't tell me I can't get a widescreen with a decent picture for £600 or less, as the Panasonic would have been fantastic bar its problems). Please help me out, I'm sick of going to so much trouble to return TVs time and time again.