I never realised how difficult it would be to buy a television. Buying a flat was pretty hard, as was buying a car and a computer, but this beats them all hands down. Every time I make a "final decision" something else crops up. After days of trawling through magazine and web site reviews and deciding on the Sony 32FQ75U for £1198, I discovered the serious problems people have experienced with scrolling lines etc! Initially I was going to get the Panasonic TX32PL10 for £850 but saw this had not got such good reviews, including reference to vertical lines on the screen. It also only has two scarts, which seems to be a problem for all-in-one home cinema type users, which I intend to become (see below). Then it was the Sony KV32FX65 for £795 which had very good reviews. Then I discovered the bad reviews, also it is allegedly extremely heavy, so all in all, another no-no. I also need to buy a VCR and DVD with surround sound and have decided on the Sony SLV-SE820 for £147 and the Sony DAV-S500 for £458. So I would prefer to have a Sony TV to match the set (but this isn't that important) but have been put off the two Sonys I've mentioned above. It seems that 100Hz is good in theory but not always in practice, and is worth going for only if you also have the option to use 50Hz too. Three scarts are better than two (why, I don't know but it seems they are). I'd love picture inside picture so in all these respects, the 32FQ-75U seemed to fit the bill but then came the scrolling lines problem!! AAaaarrggh. Well, if anyone wants to give me their two penneth worth I would love to hear it because I'm close to deciding to buy the VCR only and making do with my 15 year old Ferguson telly for a while longer.