Well I finally did it. I bought a Sharp LC-45G1X . Love it but its been a long road setting it up how I like it. More on that and my screen settings in another post later. Now something you don't take note of in the store . You cannot switch the Sharp's input directly say from Component (input 3 in the Aus model) to DVI (input 5). There is no button for each input. You must hit the Input button the required number of times to use the menu to scroll from 3 to 5 (3 presses in this case, the first to display where you are). Now this means you cannot sensibly program a learning/programmable remote such as my Marantz RC3200. However, Sharp does provide direct selection of input and other menu driven functions such as Wide mode via RS232 commands. Thus I'm looking into this IR to RS232 converter which supports Sharp RS232. http://www.celadon.com/infrared_receiver_specs/IRC-38_serial_rs232_specs.htm However, if the RS232 can do it, why didn't the put it on the remote. It is possible that the IR commands exist but they decided not the clutter the remote. Thus my question is, does anyone know of other Sharp IR codes that may work on their LCD screens? Can inputs be selected directly for their other screens?