Hi all, I've just picked up the latest issue of What Plasma & LCD TV to find that the Toshiba 32WL56 narrowly beats the Panny TX32LXD500 in a head-to-head test. In summary, the reviewer stated that the Panny bettered the Toshiba in terms of details, black levels and sound but that the Toshiba offered superior colour depth and smoother edges to on-screen objects. They concluded that the Toshiba was very close to the Panny in terms of overall performance and that it's significantly cheaper asking price made it the better buy. Interesting. Something else that attracted my attention about the article was reference to the fact that in the previous issue of the magazine, the Toshiba had been made the winner of a group test of gaming LCDs. I should at this point clarify that I am not currently an LCD TV owner, but am in the market for one in anticipation for the launch of the XBOX 360. However, in addition to wanting a TV that can display the 360 in all it's glory I also want something that do a good job of displaying my current-generation PAL consoles. This has been a cause of concern for me, as I understand that LCD displays generally struggle to display interlaced console displays without blurring/ghosting etc. By this token, I am intrigued as to what qualities made the Tosh stand out in the WP&LCD group test. I am assuming the test was conducted using UK consoles, so could this (or perhaps the 32WLT58) be the TV for me...? I have not been able to find out much information about the gaming performance of the current Toshiba range, even when checking the WLT58 thread. Did anyone read the group test in question that can tell me why the Toshiba was regarded the best TV for gamers? Are there any Toshiba 56/58 owners out there who use their TV for gaming who can tell me how well it performs? Any comments would be gratefully received.