I'm looking at buying a 26"/32" flat screen tv. I've ruled out crt's as I don't have the space. Currently I like the look of 3 screens: 1) Panasonics 26" TX26LXD1 high def lcd - £1,650. 2) Toshiba's 26" 26WL46 high def lcd - £1,310. 3) Sony's 32" KE32TS2 - £1,750. I've mainly been looking at the panasonic which got a had a good review in what hifi magazine. However, I also like the look of The Toshiba which at £1,450 is cheaper and also smaller, (as it houses it's speakers under the screen rather than at the sides). Also, It's supposedly 16:9 as opposed to the 15:9 of the panasonic. Alternatively there's Sony's 32" plasma which is a similar size to the panasonic as it's just 5cm wider. Will a plasma give a better picture than the 2 lcd's? is the sony compatible with 720p?? at just £100 more than the Pan it's 6" bigger screen size is tempting. However, the screen resolution is smaller at 1024 by 854!? whatever that is... Ultimately it's the quality of the screen and value for money that are my main considerations. I'm willing to pay up to around £1,750 fro a new tv, but only if the picture quality is significantly better. Need a minimum of either 2rgb, or 1rgb, 1 component. What would you go for? (to be connected to pan Dmr85 via prog scan/ Gamecube via RGB/ NTL Pace digital box via RGB).