I recently bought the SONY KV28FX65U and was completely blown away by the stunning pictures. However, 3 films later I have picked up on a minor niggle - I know I am being very fussy, but can anyone give me an explanation or at least agree with me! The niggle: It can only be seen when the background is very light - blue sky/white backgound etc, and is more noticeable if the camera is panning. Basically, the very left and right side of the screen (about 1.5 inches) looks slightly 'grubby' - bluish on the left and greenish on the right. I must stress that this is not noticeable 98% of the time, ONLY if the picture is very light/white and perhaps more so if camera pans. At first I thought the screen needed a wipe but after cleaning it is still there. I checked with a completely white screen and it actually looks like an oval ring so I suspect it has something to do witht the way the image is rendered on the flat screen by the tube. I went into my local SONY store this morning and the manager let me test the same model in store - I checked it against the white background on the Matrix DVD (ch12) and I noticed the same - of course, the manager could not see what I was on about!!! I also noticed it on the model up - the 28"FQ. So, please... this is a minor niggle, but any comments would be appreciated - especially 'stop being so petty and just watch the movie' type comments!!!! Cheers!