I've just bought a 26 inch WLT66 and fear I've made a mistake. The Freeview picture is certainly very sharp and colours are excellent (including blacks) but skin tones look like they've been smudged or blurred. The sharpness of higher contrast edges makes this effect even worse. Has anyone managed to adjust the picture settings to reduce the waxy appearance of faces? I've tried lots of settings and nothing seems to make much difference. Is the effect less with HD? (Waiting for SkyHD). At the moment I have backlight at 60, contrast 60, brightness 50, colour 35, sharpness +10. Another problem is the very narrow viewing angle - sitting directly in front of the TV is fine, but move as little as 45 degrees off-centre and the picture becomes badly washed-out, as if the brightness was up to 100. There are other limitations I hadn't realised - like the lack of user-defined picture settings, particularly the lack of dedicated settings for each input. I can live with one RGB scart, and the sound is just about adequate. I suppose the TV is comparatively cheap and you get what you pay for. Wish I'd spent more and got the 26 inch Panasonic 600.