please forgive my stupidity, i am after a new tv and dont fancy a plasma or lcd. i was looking towards buying the Toshiba 46WM48 from empiredirect.co.uk for £1,099.38. i know that for not much more, i could get a bigger one, but just like 'Kevo' and the 'Why so big?' thread, its just perfect size for where its going to be sitting. I dont trust shops for info and was hoping that you may be able to assist me. thanks in advance. firstly, and possibly most importantly, it says high definition ready, but shops have been saying that for a while and a lot of tvs dont match the european official 'hdready' badge. i see this as a bit of a minefield that i dont understand, but as long as i will be able to get hd out of the xbox 360 i will probably buy and in future ps3 then i will be happy, and movies of course. so will it be ok for that? secondly, these things run on lightbulbs (well i aint that dumb, but its a part), i know these are not your standard b&q bulbs, but do they change with dlp tv designs? in effect in a few years will i be struggling to get a replacment bulb for this set, or are they a standard design on all dlp's? thirdly, i like the depth of this tv. i currently have a 28"crt in its place, and its quite deep, but what makes it even worse is that they always seem to put the scarts directly on the back, meaning that it has to sit a good 3-4" from the wall. is this the same on this model, or any other dlp for that matter. i am guessing they do that to force ventilation requirements. now its only 39cm deep, but if the ports are directly on the back, just how close do you think you can get this to the wall? and lastly, is it any good? i read a very favourable review from a magazine, but thats a good age now. so is this price good for this tv and if its not a particularly good model anymore, then is there anything else around the 46" size for less than £1450. again, thanks as i feel like a deer in the headlights when i wander into currys and am blissfiully unaware of whats important.