I've been looking at the recent reviews on this screen in a few magazines, and I'm quite impressed. As I'm looking for a large screen which can handle standard (with terrible reception) television, and also perform well with dvd material (unlike the pioneer plasmas), it seems like a good choice. In addition to this, my main requirement (which ruled out the panasonic plasmas) is full HD compatability. I've noticed a couple of comments however, that the Samsung suffers from a 'green dot' problem specifically when using a HDMI connection. For me this is a pretty big issue, as this should be the best quality connection available. It was my intention to spend another £1k on a HDMI DVD player to get best quality for movies, but whats the point if Scart looks better! So my questions are - Is anybody able to comment on this issue, having seen the Sammy in action with HDMI connection? Also, it has been mentioned that HD material is available through the component connection also, but I thought HD was limited to HDMI and DVI. Any advice? Cheers guys, PS - Is anybody else frustrated that electronics manufacturers can't be bothered to produce quality high definition equipment for the UK?