On my way back from Cornwall this weekend, I popped into exeter on the off chance of finding Richer sounds and seeing if they have the sagem Hd D45 in the flesh. I didn't get into RS but I did get into both Curry's and Comet superstores. Curry's had next to nothing and Comet to my suprise had all three of the above mentioned screens + the LG and a fairly decent sales guy who appeared quite knowledgeble. I've not seen either the sagem 45 or tosh in the flesh before and was pleasently surprised by both, the sagem just edges it for me but the tosh appears to be a better put together set. When it comes to connectivity, the tosh doesn't have a DVI input but it does have a HDMI, wheras the sagem is the opposite. I don't know what connections Sky will utilise on it's HDTV platform ?? When it comes to stands, the tosh is nicely proportioned and has a solid feel to it, the sagem looks excellent on the the alphason stand though it sits quite high. The 50 inch sagem is just a little big for me and I prefer the look of the 45 with the speakers on the sides, but I'm sure all the sets mentioned offer execellent picture quality though it's impossible to tell from the shoddy feeds available in Comet. Price is another issue, Comet had both the Sagem 45 and the Tosh up at £2000 though the tosh includes the stand. So my only real concern is what type of connection Sky HD will use ? Both sets look very good, for me the sagem just edged it, I'd already had a good idea I would like the Sagem but when I saw it I really like it, even my wife liked it. The tosh didn't really do anything wrong, I just prefered the look of the Sagem.