Well, after a couple of days trawling around demoing 4 LCD's that I was very keen on I didn't find one that I'd be happy with. These were all running Sky via RGB and DVD via component as I will be at home, and the downscaling just didn't vut it to my eyes. On the basis that a) I won't be shelling out for HD for a couple of years whilst it all settles down and more channels launch and b) better HD panels will be launched by then I elected to look at what was best with SD offerings. I really wanted to like LCD's for use today, but they just didn't do it for me. So, my choice is a Panasonic TH37PE50B 37" plasma for just over £1k (and including a DVD recorder). I gave this a lengthy demo today with the same inputs (Sky and DVD) and to my eyes, the plasma had the LCD's beat. Obviously not HD ready, but for th reasons gven above I'll get a couple of years out of this with SD fare and then move to HD with the benefit of 2 more years advances on LCD/plasma/SED panels. Should be ordering it tomorrow if my wife hasn't killed me for spending all of my time this weekend either demoing screens or reading these forums.