Hi New poster to this forum. Hi everyone. this is a great source of information. I have a quandry re which TV to buy. I have on order from John Lewis a Toshiba 36ZP48P. Got a call from them today that they are in the warehouse and can be delivered in 2 weeks. (price 1045.00) However I have been reading the threads on here re the Tosh 46WM58 DLP and am now seriously tempted by one of these. What to do? The thing that puts me off re the CRT is the sheer weight of the thing (81KG) and worrying whether I will get it in through the door! Also, while it does have prog scan etc, it is not particularly future proof re HD capability etc. On the other hand, while the Tosh DLP is bigger, I understand that it is considerably lighter and more manoeverable. It is also future proof (?) in terms of HD readiness? (Will I be able to hook up a blu ray/HDDVD player to its HD input?) Unfortunately, I have not been able to find a local retailer with the DLP in store and have not been able to see any in action, and so am a bit concerned about the size of the screen re viewing distances-I will be watching from up to 10 feet away-is this sufficient? My main question is picture quality. Subjective question I know, but will the picture quality be as good as, if not better than the CRT? I will be hooking it up to a Sky+ box and a Sony DVR recorder with component out and prog scan capability. I see that many internet retailers have it for about £1500.00 Any recommendations as to which to go for in terms of speed of delivery, reliability and after sales service Many thanks for any advice anyone can provide. Sorry about all the questions My mind is half made up to go for the DLP but need that little push!