Hi all, A few days ago I received my Panasonic 42PWD4 display from Joe at the Media Factory and I am MOST impressed! Not only is the picture quality on the panny amazing but the service provided by Joe has been top-notch. I ordered the screen, wall mount, cables and a JS RGB-component converter last Monday and the whole kit was delivered to my door on Saturday by Joe in person (due to a delay in the delivery of the wall mount during the week).... NOW how many stores will do that to make sure you get all the kit on time!!??!! I would recommend anyone thinking of getting a plasma to talk to Joe, he really knows what he's talking about! For anyone who's interested the final system comprises of the following: Panasonic 42PWD4 Denon 3802 Amp Denon 2800 DVD Mk1 Mission FS2AV speaker system Sky via JS RGB-component converter VCR via composite DVD via component All video switching is handled by the amp (might add I tried it direct to the plasma and there is NO drop in picture quality going through the amp). This is one area which Joe recommended to me and I have to say switching the video signals via the amp has to be one of the best things I ever did! It saves the number of remotes you have to use to switch between various input sources and as I found out last night, adding an Xbox into the system is simply a case of plugging it into a spare input in the amp and away you go!!!! The RGB-component converter is great, the SKY picture quality (on good channels) is really better than I had expected. For all of you worried about the lip-synch problem I have to report it is there on a FEW channels however not all the time (strange!!!) but as Joe pointed out to me when I discussed this with him, its not a fault its simply down to a combination of the de-interlacing in the plasma and poor synch in the broadcast material. The dreaded panny "Buzz" was always a slight worry but I am glad to report it really is not that bad as long as you don't try to listen for it! It is there and it does seem to make a difference to how loud the buzz is depending on where you have the plasma. However don't let this put you off, you end up being so immersed in whatever you are watching you just don't notice it!!!!!. The Denon 2800 Mk1 DVD player does a great job especially when you turn on the progressive scan. Not only do you get a funky blue light on the front of the player but the picture quality does improve (if only slightly). The effect of the progressive scan is not noticable all the time but in scenes where there is grass (beginning of Gladiator) it definately makes a difference. In conclusion "I LOVE IT", and I would recommend Joe at the Media Factory to anyone thinking of getting a plasma (just incase anyone is wondering the only link I have with the Media Factory is that I am a very satisfied customer!!) NOW where did I put that HALO disc???? Anthony Y PS: Do any other plasma owners lie in bed at night wondering if they put enough screws through the wall mount into the wall??... or is it just me???