Ebuyer are doing these for £1119.99 inc VAT at the moment, but apart from the basic specs, I'm having problems finding out if this is actually any good Display * Aspect Ratio: 16:9 * Resolution: 852(H) x 480(V) * Brightness: (cd/m2) 1,500 * Contrast Ratio: 10,000:1 * Viewing Angle (H/V): 175°/175° * Sound * Power Output (RMS): 8W X 2 * Stereo: Nicam/A2 Features * Number Of Colors: 16.7 Millions * Grey Level: 256 * DNIe (DNIe Demo On/Off) x * 3D Comb filter: 4H Comb filter * Low Noise Reduction (LNA) LNA plus * PIP: 1T * Teletext:10 Page Terminal * DVI: 1EA * RF: 1EA * Scart: 2EA * Component (Y/Pb/Pr): 1EA * Video In: 1EA * S-Video In: 1EA * PC Input (D-Sub): 1EA * PC Audio In: 1EA I'll explain my needs : Very low budget atm of £1200 max Would like HD connections, but not essential, as I doubt I'll be an early adopter with sky ever again. Likewise, I'll wait for HD-DVD and Blu-Ray to slug it out for a while. General TV viewing : Terrestrial Analog/Freeview (Digifusion FVRT100) Sky + Xbox DVD Ability to connect a PC would be nice, but not essential. Ideal size is ~42 inch, but I have looked at a couple of 37's although I'd like a 42, and a tuner would be nice though an analog one wont be much use in 2.5 years . At least 2 SCART is essential. I've been reading up like mad for the last few days, but I think I'm just going around in circles atm I think I've just about worn out the search button on here Ebuyer do a couple of cheaper ones, including budget a one at ~£900inc which may be a possibility, as I don't really need the HD connections, but I'd imagine Samsung are better than the Hisense Firstline FS4211HI I know my budget is pushing it, so I'm not expecting something with the quality of a £2500 plasma. Any info is much appreciated.