Hi all, First post so be gentle with me. Been lurking for a few days trying to soak up all the information on this board, and am starting to feel a bit overwhelmed... I have a £2-2.5K budget to build a home cinema in my 14" x 14" living room, and was originally intent on spending half on the sound and the DVD player and half on the screen. Having discovered (with your collective help) the miracle of DLP rear pro (why is this sector so completely ignored by home cinema magazines and websites?), I went over to John Lewis on Oxford St to have a look at the Sagem HD-D45. There's something about that humongous screen that makes me giggle like a schoolgirl. I'm now considering buying this screen (plus a Samsung HD950) and doing away with the amp/speakers etc, since the HD-D45 includes an integrated subwoofer and Dolby Virtual Surround. What I want to know is, is the sound on this TV any good? I know it's not going to replace hi-fi or real surround (actually I had my heart set on a Yamaha YSP-1 for a while) but in a room this size hi-fi is probably wasted anyway. Is it good enough for home cinema? If not I may have to rethink my options. Does virtual surround work, and how big is the 'sweet spot'? Also, is it possible to use the TV in audio-only mode (ie for playing CDs on a DVD player)? I'd really appreciate any feedback from those of you who've got this TV already - thanks in advance.