I have a budget TV, a Philips 28PW6006 that cost approx £450 last year. I have used the service menu on this TV a couple of times to change geometry faults and it is really difficult to use (all the settings are described by 3 letter acronyms that are usually difficult to decipher) Also the service menu is hidden away to stop you using it and if adjust the wrong setting it can screw up your picture.... Contrast this to a cheap £150 PC monitor - most of these have a button on the front which brings up an OSD service menu that is user friendly. All of the settings are shown as graphics so it is obvious what you are changing (horizontal position etc). This menu is easily accessible and I know of no one who has messed up their monitor picture by using the service menu.... So my questions are: 1. Are all TV service menus as difficult to use as my Philips set? Would a £1500 Philips set have a better menu with graphics? 2. If TV owners aren't supposed to mess around with service menu settings why are PC monitor owners allowed to and encouraged to do so with a button on the front?? 3. Surely if PC owners can be trusted to fiddle with the geometry of their monitors why can't TV owners?? Am I being unreasonable? Any comments anyone?