Hi After much research, and having read the broad scope of advice and information presented on this website, I finally purchased a Sony KV28LS60 last week. A quick review for those that are interested: To begin with you have to construct the stand. This is a very solid well designed stand, which should take you less than an hour to put together, comes with full photo instructions, and all you need is a screwdriver. The TV is too heavy to lift out of the box, so you have to cut the front section of the box out, and slide the TV out. It's a big TV, approx 50kg, and you will probably need help lifting it onto the stand. Sony have even stuck a diagram, showing how two people should lift the TV, to the TV. Plugged my Pace Digibox, with Telewest, and my Playstation 2 in the back, switched it on.... Good picture at first, but after 5 mins of tinkering with the contrast and sharpness, with the on screen menu, got it just right, and now a fantastic picture. Everybody has different visual acuity, and you have the ability to really tweak the TV to your exact requirements, this also applies to the audio as well. What I found important is the quality of the channel/programme you are watching, the poorer the quality, the more you'll probably notice on this TV. Airwolf on Bravo does not compare to a widescreen movie on BBC1. Played some DVD's through my PS2, and the picture and sound quality are both amazing, I'm sure a dedicated DVD played would improve on that. Also played some PS2 games, and they also look and sound great. And finally some music cd's, which also sounded very good. Some of the issues raised in other threads: 100hz - once you've tweaked your TV, and you've got a good signal, i.e. digital TV, DVD, the picture quality is excellent. Horizontal scrolling text - watched a programme with this the other day, and could read it quite easily. Football - no problem watching the footy. Overall, the stand looks good, the TV looks even better, the on screen interface is easy to use, and finally the video and audio are impressive.