I don't know whether I'm perplexed, confused or simply frustrated with Toshiba. Late last year, I'm told by all the reviews that the 32WL48 is the best 32" LCD for the money and "HDTV Ready". Ordered one in Feb 2005 at about £1300 and have waited this long to be told it's finally on its way to me. No sooner than I have this news, I learn of a new 32WL56 to be available soon. It's already on some traders sires at under £1100. A quick search of foreign trading sites, French & German, turns up virtualy no 48s only 56s and at prices as low as Euro 1200. UK Toshiba & their suppliers say they are doing their best to fulfill those Uk punters who created a huge demand for the 48. Can we sure about this, or is the UK being used as a dumping ground for a superseded model that's been difficult to produce to the standards promoted by the manufacturers, for example. And is the 56 being held back in the UK untill all stocks of the 48 are completely exhausted. For a reduction of almost £300, if the specs are right on Leconcepts, we loose a component connection. I guess for those real HDTV enthusiasts who have equipment to provide an HDMI source, this is no loss. Conversely, those who just want to achieve the best PQ with no acces to an HDMI source need to shell out the extra for the component connection of the 48! I suppose the latter choice provides today's best PQ and is future proof for HDTV. Or am I trying to convince myself to pay the extra and not send the 48 back, under Internet trading rules, as soon as it arrives. Sorry to go on a bit, I'm a bit of a novice in these Hi-tech things, I just feel there's something not quite right here.