Guys a few questions that might be able to help me make my mind up, if you can spare a minute. There have been many postings on the site, good and bad for the Toshiba rear projection sets. I guess there are many happy customers out there with a just few having difficulties. What I am trying to gauge is some personal experience from people who live and use these devices regularly. What are you long term experiences? How do you find these in comparison to conventional CRT TVs? I never have lived with rear projection and my experience is mainly based on Comet / Currys and I think they have terrible signals and are VERY badly set up. Are these devices easy to set up and keep converged. I do have NTSC set up discs and a player with built in set up test signals, if this helps. I am only interested in picture quality / straight stereo. (PL / DD are not necessary). I do need component inputs and I am considering either the 40WH08B or the 46WH08B. What are peoples views on these. I am concerned that 46 inch (and possibly even 40 inch as well) may be too large for video / terrestrial TV broadcasts. Any comments. I intend, if I purchase one of these devices, to use my separate sound system but where do people put centre speakers. I have a KEF 200c and I dont think it will sit comfortably on the top (and the wife doesnt want it there). What do you do with yours? I have a piece of literature with a model number 40PW13P on it (looks like a new 40 inch widescreen very similar to the 40PW03B) but I have no more details on it. Can anyone else help?