Hi people! Been lurking here a while, but thought it was about time to post my first thread. I need a second TV for a bedroom. Now if space wasn't an issue I just buy another 32" Philips CRT that we have - you can throw anything at a CRT and it Will always give you a decent picture. However this is not an option as it is *huge* and weights more than an elephant! Getting it up the stairs would be interesting, and It would probably fall through the ceiling! Anyway! I am looking to play DVD's, games (playstation and the occasional megadrive (!) and watch normal analogue TV (not through sky or freeview). Now I have found that both LCD's or Plasmas won't do all these things - it appears that they do some but not all. Worried about the problems with screen burn etc with plasmas, I have decided to go with an LCD. The choice doesn't get any easier though! I have narrowed it down to the following, but I just cant decide! Can you guys help? Sorry its another "help me decide thread"! The options are : Sony KDL-V32A12U Panasonic TX-32LXD500 Panasonic TX-32LXD60 Philips 32PF9830 If possible I am looking for a LCD that has the best possible picture on DVD's, games and normal tv. I have always used good quality RGB scarts to watch DVD's, but apparently component is better? Is it worth shelling out to buy a decent component lead? HDMI is useful for future proofing but my DVD doesn't have HDMI or a DVI connection (but does have Dolby Headphone ) so that connection is kinda redudant at the moment. The picture needs to be like the Philips CRT in that you can set it to "Auto format" , basically stretching /adjusting the picture to fit the screen so you see no or little black bars when watching a dvd. PC connection would be good but not essential. The above panels all seem to be good, the Amblight on the Philips is cool, although are the bugs, cold resets etc worth it? Hopefully you guys can help - sorry for the long post!!