Hello people, As some of you may know I'm in the market for a new TV and tosh seemed to be favourite until yesterday... So I went to my local Comet in Collindale (London) where they have the 46" Tosh and 50" Sagem. I took along some DVD's I have seen plenty of times on my Ex Sony 50" LCD RP and know are of good quality. So the line up was Gone in 60 Seconds, The Transporter and Gladiator (just to check the whole blurry issue). So I stuck in gone in 60 and skipped to the chapter when they steal the Shelby. Right at the beginning of the chapter there is a pan across some buildings in the distance. First I noticed that as it panned across, the buildings seem to jerk along in little jumps while the normal scenes run fine. Now for the chase, at first I was impressed, colours needed tweaking but generally quite good. But wait - I started noticing a lot of rainbows on the fast cut scenes and it was very bad. Not good. There also seems to be a certain amount of graininess to the image that was not there on my Sony. Transporter was pretty much the same as Gone in 60, rainbows, slow panning and a grainy picture on a VERY clear DVD. Then I put in Gladiator - Dum Dum Dum... I saw the oil painting effect and solarisation of skin tones . This put me right off and has pushed the tosh right down on my wanted list. The TV was set up with a JVC DVD player connected with some hefty components. They had the Sagem 50incher near by set up with a rather poor Shuttle xPC connected via DVI showing a 720p demo. WOW - the PQ was stunning, and not a rainbow in sight! So I can forgive the PQ on the Tosh as the Sagem was displaying HiDef, but why no rainbows on the Sagem while there was plenty on the Tosh?? Unfortunately the Sagems lack of HDMI rules it out , otherwise the PQ is very good if not better than my Sony 50". Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated . I am still very open minded as to what TV I will buy as all I want is a gooden.