I've been waiting to order a Panasonic 37PE30 until AV-Sales have the standard PX20 desktop stand in stock. I'm also interested in the DMR-E85 DVDR/HDD offer, since it seems a very cheap way to get PAL prog scan to feed the screen. I was originally interested in this model since it is one of very few 37" screens and the smaller screen should give a better picture. However, while I've been waiting for the stand I've begun to wonder if I might not be better off with a straight panel and fancy one of the HD PHD6 or MX1's. I don't really need speakers or a tuner since I have a nice 5.1 separates system and Sky+ provides most of the source material. I also have a Pioneer 5100H DVDR/HDD which can only do RGB (no Prog Scan) and a Pinnacle Show Center media Streamer which can do Prog Scan or 1024x768 VGA (but which I mainly use for music). It seems to me that the more flexible connectivity (all round the back) and cleaner input path might be better than the PE30's convenience. Will the E85's prog scan give a much better picture than the 5100H's RGB? I guess this depends on how good it's de-interlacers are compared to the Plasma's. If it is close perhaps I would be better making do and waiting for a prog scan upgrade at a later date. Or buying a new Pioneer 575 Player for about £150. I guess in 2-3 years there will be good HDMI/DVI driven HD panels and all the problems with native res, 50Hz, HDCP compliance, etc, will be reduced so I am planning to buy again in that sort of time-scale. This is what led me to the 37PE30 in the first place, it's cheap and easy and could be moved to a bedroom or resold quite easily.