Is it not possible to buy a nice BASIC TV anymore, something that turns on with a single click using just one remote, something that does not require updates from the internet to remain healthy , something with a brilliant picture and sound that remains stable , something that every time I change channel doesn't keep asking be if I want to watch in HD, something that doesn't keep telling me to go to settings and sort out my preferences (what the hell is that all about) My set is nearing 2yrs old and has been coupled up to a Humax recorder from the first day it was plugged in. This is the second load of rubbish supplied and installed by John Lewis in the last two years. If smart TVs are so clever why can't they sort their own problems out and not rely on human interference. I've spent hours on the phone talking to wiz kids giving me instructions how to run around in circles. When things go really tits then out come the big gun engineers telling me how or why things either work or don't They're wasting their time because most of what they say goes straight over my head. How many times do I have to tell them I'm a retired plumber in my eighties used to fixing things with 24" steelsons. The point is if I pay £1000 -£2000 for an electronic devise I expect it to work for at least a reasonable amount of time without constant maintenance. Okay, rant over but the question remains are large screen TVs still available in basic form?