I am looking to buy a new TV. As I am from Norway, and might move back some day I'd like to get a multistandard TV. Minimum requirement is that it supports PAL B/G in addition to the normal PAL I, NTSC 60 and Modified NTSC. I know from past experience that Panasonic's highest spec TVs support almost all different bands available (just for the record I am looking at TX-32PG30 and TX-32PL10). At least they do in Norway! I decided to be check this up front just to be on the safe side, and believe it or not, the same TV is differently spec'ed in the UK than the rest of Europe. It's actually been downgraded before being sold on the UK market. Why would they do this? I don't have a clue, but Panasonic UK explained to me in an email that their TV's are NOT multistandard, but that I can have them modified to be so. They even sent me the address for two companies who would charge me to do this. I can't believe this is actually true. What could they have to gain from downgrading their TVs in one market?