I know what you are alll thinking... Why would I want to replace such a screen. Well I was really happy with it (only commenting to the wife the other day that it was a great TV. Excellent picture / colours, fantastic sound etc.) Yes it had its problems as reported by many of you in this forum. When viewing critically (using blocks of colour on a laptop) you could see the contrast difference between the 2 halves of the screen. However, there was no buzz. I had managed to avoid screen burn, and apart from a really sluggish remote control response and fiddly way to change external inputs was loving it. However it has developed a problem that I cannot overlook. It's been nicked!! Some filthy tea-leaf broke in (through a metal skinned door) and carried my TV off (along with the remote control for my DVD player - the swines + HDMI leads + apple miniDVI-DVI lead + an 5yr old laptop +a bottle of pop!). So need a replacement. Should I get the same again (although difficult to source apparently). Should I persuade the wife that we "need" a 42" (!). Or wait until the insurance cough up and re-evaluate the state of play then. Are there any cracking TV's about to be released for similar money?? Grateful for your thoughts.... By the way, where do you go to flog such a screen. Its not like you can just have it in the pub with you under the table is it?