Hi I'm not sure what happened last night but my Wife went from months of "We aren't having a new huge TV" to suddenly quite excited about getting one I think I should let her spend a weekend at the health farm more often So I've done many hours of reading since then and got myself very confused indeed. We have at most 2000 pounds to spend but we can always wait a few months for the price to drop a little if there is a much better buy at over 2000 pounds. We watch normal TV/NTL and watch alot of DVDs. We plan to get sky HD when it comes out next year. With that in mind we want to buy a HD TV. So far we think this looks to be the best suited for us Sagem Axium HDD45 High Definition DLP TV. http://www.unbeatable.co.uk/CatalogueItem_25030.html Is that a good buy, will it do well for many years of great TV and DVD watching including Sky HD? If we buy a new TV should be buy a nice DVD player (or recorder) to go with it since we currently use a 30 pound one. Is it important to get a good one in order to have a decent picture on a HD TV? Or a specific HD one even though normal DVD's arn't HD yet? I'm a bit confused on HD-DVD's and Blu Ray, when are we likely to see DVD's on HD become mainstream and easy to get hold off. Are these two formats like Betamax vs VCR or will they both play on one player? I've seen alot of people saying the Panny PV500 is fantastic, its out of our price-range atm I think, should we wait 6 months or so for the price to drop or is the TV I posted just as good? Basically I'd just like reassuring that now isn't a bad time to buy a TV, that the one we have chosen will do everything we want it to for years to come and a little information on a DVD player. Thanks very much for your time.