So I bought a 32PW6006 - seemed fine, no probs, quite happy with it. As I watched more and more DVDs I started to recognise the Dark RGB problem. This is particularly pronounced with the Two Towers DVD. No shadow detail, green cast in many scenes, etc. So I got a service guy in to see it. His immediate reaction (having watched the film a few nights before!) was that the TV was FAULTY ... so it was booked into the service shop. The service shop tested it and the TV was working to specification. They returned it. I watched it - no change - so got them to have another look. The guy in the service shop has been very helpful and diligent, even getting the shop to buy TTT DVD to test it! His conclusion? The TV is working to specification! He tested the DVD on other sets with the same chassis - exactly the same picture (problems). (My replacement TV is a 28" Philips model with a different chassis - TTT looks great on it!) He also checked the CL setting at my suggestion - this is the setting that decides how much current goes to the tube, hence brightness/contrast levels etc. He said the book says it should be set to 8 and not changed. (On my TV it was at 2 when I got it and I increased it to 5). He has now set it to 8, which has not made a lot of difference. The final conclusion? If you watch DVDs through RGB and are at all particular about picture quality, DO NOT BUY THIS SET. In fact, many TVs may have the same problem, so watch a DVD first through RGB, and preferably a DVD with high contrast levels etc. (i.e. not a cartoon - try TTT!). And what am I going to do? 1) try SVideo 2) try a different DVD player 3) I may see if I can persuade a local shop to let me try a Philips DVD player before buying, as others have sugested it may be the way Philips equipment handles RGB? And finally, do not trust magazine reviews of TVs!!!!