On Sunday, my Pace Twin television recorder and I paid a visit to my local Currys, where the staff were good enough to let me "plug 'n play" to my heart's desire. I was generally very impressed with the PQ of both the 32 and 37 inch sets. Other than size, there was no discernable difference between the two; one is simply a slightly bigger version of the other. I noticed that turning the sharpness control down from -9 to -10 resulted in a sudden increase in blurriness - a sure sign that the sharpening is completely disabled at the -10 setting. This was very good news indeed. While the unpleasant "edge enhancement" effects disappeared at -10, the picture did look a bit "soft", but I am sure this is simply due to limitations of analogue signal transmission over SCART (even with the high quality IXOS cable I took with me). I think this set will be fantastic with digital 576i50 or 576p50 input, if somebody would just bring out a Freeview twin-tuner hard disk television recorder with HDMI output (DVD recording would be nice too). In the meantime, the input via SCART is good enough to be going on with, though I still cannot honestly say that the PQ is better than the Sony KV32FQ75 CRT that it will be replacing (geometry and convergence issues aside). I will post more after I have taken delivery of my new TV!