I have had my 42Wh46 since 01/09/04. I got it online from TV & Video Direct for £777 plus £59 delivery, which I thought was a bargin, but now I aint so sure. When they delivered it, the courier co. left the TV on my driveway on a pallet (they were not insured to bring it into my house). So no help with setup, etc. Being a newbie to RPTVs, I first adjusted the convergence from the onscreen menu (which seems to go out again about once a week) then turned everything down at least 1/2 way from the max. settings it was on for colour,etc. This left me with a quite reasonable picture, watchable on Sky or DVD (quality seems the same on both,that shows the picture quality level) , but not fantastic. Basically, if I set it up to view programs filmed inside, or at night ,etc, then any outside programs, e.g. football, are far too bright & shiny. If I set it up to watch footy, any programs filmed inside are impossible to watch, as its far too dark. I tweak & I tweak , but still can't get it right. In a way I am glad that its developed a fault... largish faint red blobs to the bottom left & right of the screen, visible over light (especially green) shots. At least I might get rid of the bloody thing, or get someone to set it up properly! I'm going to ring them tommorow & hope that they tell me to go to Toshiba directly, as I've read the horror stories about other engineers working on them. Out of interest, can anyone hazard a guess as to the problem, or is it just a Toshiba thing? Cheers, Steve.