I've been putting this off for long enough, it's time for me to buy an LCD TV. The most I'd like to spend is about 1400-1500. This no longer limits me to bad quality as it used to, so I've been seeing what's available. Something I find infuriatingly stupid is the fact that on the European models, Component video inputs are often removed and replaced with a SCART socket. Obviously this is more useful for most European customers, but removing Progressive Scan is unforgivable IMO: I'd REALLY like to be able to use my GameCube and DVD player in 480p. So! Does anyone on here have any LCD recommendations for me? What I'm looking for: Around 22-27 inches Progressive Scan A nice contrast ratio (I'd obviously like to minimize the "LCD mist" on dark scenes) Good response time, but I can tolerate some motion blur. I've been looking at a Thomson 27" model but apparently this only supports Progressive Scan over the VGA input which sounds sort of inconvenient. Thanks!