O.K guys, as promised here are my initial thoughts on the Panasonic TX36PD50C which I received this week. First off the box would not fit through the front door but the delivery guys kindly unpacked and carried it in. First hurdle over. Stand was easy to assemble and is very sturdy. Also has excellent facility for hiding away all your cables and leads. Connected TV up to Netgem Freeview Box, Mico DVD Player and Panasonic VCR with standard Scart leads. What can I say, picture quality on all three inputs was excellent once I had adjusted the colour, brightness and contrast to my tastes. It's good that you can set up 3 picture preferences on each AV input. I find this useful when going from daytime to evening viewing. I had heard scare stories about digital feeds being blocky but have had no problem here. Was also very impressed with with the VCR quality on such a large screen. I tend to favour the 100HZ PLUS mode at present for most viewing but it's early days and I'm sure I will experiment more in the coming weeks. I have also just purchased some new ICOS XHT601 scart leads so when they arrive I'll let you know if there is any significant change to sound and picture. I won't bore you with all the settings and features for now but I will say that overall I am very pleased with the PD50. Before I get onto the minor niggles I must point out that my girlfriend can see little wrong with the TV whatsoever so I think it is sometimes the perfectionists like myself who maybe expect too much from a product. Anyway for it's worth, here we go:- 1) As has been reported many times in this Forum (on many makes of TV) the Geometry out of the box is not perfect. I notice that vertical lines curve inwards in both top corners and to a lesser extend in the bottom corners. I have an engineer coming next week to try and address this issue in the Service menu. Should I be so fussy with a 36" screen ? 2) Again as has been reported before, I thought the picture through RGB had a very slight green tint on peoples faces. Followed previous advice and reduced the LOW GREEN setting in the service menu by 15. This seems to have sorted that problem. 3) This TV has a switchable Virtual Dolby option which according to the manual only works when receiving a Dolby input. I have played many DVD's with Digital Dolby but can hear no difference when switching the Virtual Dolby ON or OFF. Can any other owners of this TV or any TV post their experiences. The sound is good but should I be able to here a noticable difference? That's about it for now. Please post your replies and any questions because sometimes it's nice to know that a problem may not be a problem but just a 'feature of the TV'.