Having investigated the specs of the Sony KLV-L32MRX1 and KLV-L32M1 screens some unexpected differences became apparent. The MRX1 model has a 15:9 screen (1280 x 768), while the M1 has a 16:9 one (1366 x 768). Why has the cheaper model got the true 16:9 resolution? Is it a newer LCD panel? The MRX1 has an external media box with built-in Freeview, a PCMCIA slot (why?) and a memory stick slot. I assume that this justifies the price difference. Both screens use their Wega Engine picture processing, which should give identical pictures, except I would assume that the 15:9 set would have black bars at the edges. Both screens are marketed as high definition compatible. As pointed out on other threads, neither have DVI or HDMI, so how can I make them display high definition TV or DVDs? Do the component video inputs handle high definition pictures (analogue I assume)? All the magazines I've seen have reviewed the MRX1 but not the M1 model? Has anyone seen a review of the M1? From what I can see, the M1 is probably the one to go for if you have Sky, i.e. no use for the Freeview tuner. You save a lot of money and end up with a better picture.