Have recently had a nightmare with a certain internet retailer. Bought a Toshiba 42Wh36 about 10 months ago. It was my first rear projection TV and I struggled with the convergence as I could never seem the picture to stop bleeding blue on the right side. Eventually I reported the fault and after much to-ing and fro-ing, and various engineers coming to look at it, it was decided that it would need replacing due to a tube fault. The retailer in question really dithered over this for about 2 months, but eventually they did indeed swap the set for a new one. Once delivered this is where even more problems started. When I came to patch in all my cables and scarts, to my horror there was no component input. Yes despite the fact that I had bought the 42WH36, they had replaced it with a 42WH46. And despite pleas could not replace like for like as they no longer sold them. I have had screaming matches down the phone with these people and appear to be very near to a resolvement of actually getting a refund. Which is where I need help, I have looked on this site many times to come up with a rear projection TV that people have liked with component input. The big contender appears to be the LG - RE-44SZ21RD. I am slightly worried about the rainbow effect and will endeavour to view one at the weekend to establish whether I can see it. I do a certain amount of quality control on tv material in my job and am very sensitive to artefacts etc. My budget is an absolute maximum of £1300 inc delivery, and I want a minimum screen size of 42'', and obviously 100hz, and this is the biggy it has to have component input. I know everyone's views on this but it is solely for my DVD player. I bought a separate DVD player from my DVD recorder with component output for this sole reason, and really could do with some advice about a posiible best buy and any deals that I may have missed. The retailer in question also wanted to swap this TV for one that had the specifics I was looking for but when I suggested the LG, he laughed down the phone at me, and said that they didn't sell the LG's as they were so bad, not that I take his opinion to mean anything to be honest with you. So here is where I am stuck. The TV doesn't have to be an RPTV but with my budget may be the only way forward. So suggestions???