The wife has scuppered my first choice of a 32DX200 (to big) instead of the Philips, but there is a chance I could get a Panasonic. I've listed the problems with the Philips and wonder if someone with a Panasonic could comment. Obviously, if the consensus is that the Pany covers the Philips' weak areas then I'd be more likely to make the switch. Specifically, does Acuity processing have the side-effects of PixelPlus on fast paced material and does it have a better PSU (power supply unit) ? Saw a TX32PD30 (on Panasonic Freview box) before I bought the Philips. Really blocky and glaring. However, saw 32PD50 at weekend, on a newer Panny Freview box and the picture quality was miles better - though I was in a hurry. You see my dilemma. Cheers Philips 32PW9509 Pros: - Pretty casework. - Deathly quiet - Picture quality with slow moving or static images in PP2 mode. - Motion compensation. This does seem to work, making objects move very smoothly on screen, backgrounds especially. Often spoiled by other artifacts (eg. halo effect). - Sound. After a fair bit of adjustment, it's quite good. Cons: - Power supply regulation very poor. Quite often, when switching to a bright scene the whole of the picture can be seen to be distorted\droop before "snapping to", once the PSU has recovered. - With PP2, much material is difficult to watch due to "trailing artifacts". - Whites tend to glare, and I can't correct this. - Colours also could be more subtle, again not possible to adjust sufficiently. - Dirty screen syndrome, milky vertical bar near centre particularly annoying.