Having taken your advice over the past couple of weeks, I finally narrowed my search for an lcd tv to the sony Klvl32m1. however, as I was in london, I thought I'd pop into the sony centre on tottenham court road to see the beast in action. I had no intention of buying it there but i wanted to put it through its paces. So imagine my surprise when the salesman told me don't buy the TV and instead keep your powder dry. He claimed it's not worth buying it until high definition becomes the norm. i told him I wanted the TV for films, dvds, football and general television (soaps, kids programmes etc) and he trotted out the usual stuff about lcds struggling with football. He admitted there has been considerable progress with lcds dealing with fast motion but he maintained only dvds would look good and normal programmes wouldn't be that great - even with a sky digital feed. I must admit this goes against the advice and experience of people on this forum and the two magazine reviews have both said this is an excellent tv whether it be a digital or analogue source. They also say there is little or no smearing on fast objects. So what do I do? Who's right? Has this man got a point or is he talking out of his backside? Any views are welcome.