I have a toddler who likes to bang things (such as his little wooden hammer) against the TV screen. Our existing CRT stands up to this well but I am concerned about him breaking the glass if I were to replace the CRT with a plasma. My wife has vetoed putting the screen up high where the baby could not reach it so the plan is to put it on a cabinet stand. I know that some forum members have covered their screens with perspex to protect them from scratching etc. but I wonder how much protection this gives from a direct impact? Are the softer but less brittle LCD screens more child proof? Can I assume that all plasmas are made with decent toughened safety glass? I could always take my son to Sevenoks HiFi and let him strength test the plasma and LCD screens there.