Only Kidding!! Just got this set delivered on Tuesday and it is a stunning piece of kit. If any of you guys are interested in buying this tv get it from John Lewis like I did. I scoured the web and the cheapest I could find the DX100 was £1350 from techtronics.com. So I simply printed off the techtronics page with the DX100's price listed, as well as Techtronics 'Contact Us' page which had a picture of their shop and contact details. Went down to my local John Lewis (Watford) on Saturday and simply presented the Techtronics price page to the sales guy. "But we dont match web pri" he managed to get out before I showed him the pic of their showroom. As a result they price matched on the spot and threw in a Sony DVD player for free plus the famous 5 year gaurantee! all for £1350. So not a bad deal! The tv arrived a few days later and what a beast the packaging was. Its now taken pride of place in the living room with the free dvd player nestled snugly on the bottom shelf. Now on to the bit you might want to know Is this tv worth buying? Oh yes! Believe me i'm fussy, but the picture quality on the DX100 is gorgeous. No scrolling bars whatsoever and importantly, the geometry is spot on. The sky digital menu is good at showing off iffy geometry but all I can see are lines as straight as a bat. Shrinking the picture to 4:3 or widescreen mode also shows off a straight set of lines. Unlike the F-screwed-75 model this baby seems to be free of picture nasties, no focus problems, no colourspots and certainly no scrolling bars. I scrutinised the picture for hours at night against dark backgrounds and the tv showed why Sony are the make of choice for the majority (even though there customer service reeks ). I also bit the bullet and got some IXOS scarts for the telly, they really make a difference on SKY digital and DVD.