My old TV packed in recently and I am going to go for a 32 inch widescreen CRT. I've been doing the usual research but sometimes all this information can be counter-productive! I was more-or-less sold on getting a 100Hz set but I watch a fair bit of sport and was worried about the smearing. A friend of mine says he has noticed the smaearing on his Toshiba set but that he can switch to 50Hz when he is watching football etc. As this is a feature that I have not seen mentioned in any specification that I have read, I wondered if this is a feature that is unique to my friend's Toshiba or do other sets have it too? Last week, I spoke with a fairly knowledgeable salesman in my local Comet (yes, it surprised me too!). He told me that he had not sold a CRT in three months (apart from a few 14 inch portables). Everybody it seems is going for LCD or Plasma, and this is certainly confirmed if you scan the second-hand ads with most sellers giving the reason for selling a CRT as a move up to LCD or plasma. It's got me wondering if I shouldn't wait a couple of months because if nobody is buying the CRT's, surely their price will have to fall quite a bit. Any comments?