Does anyone know of any true digital TV set, most of todays sets are dual system with an obsolescent analogue channel as well as current digital (usually freeview) tuner. Us oldies remember the similar situation back in the '60s when 625 line replaced the earlier 425 line sets. For a time all sets were dual system, but finally 425 line was relegated to history and sets became 625 line only, this was helped by the simultaneous introduction of colour.
You may ask why I want a digital set, well not for me, but for my in-laws, and many older folk the present generation of sets are just too complex. Every time we visit the inlaws, we put their present CRT set to Digital, and when we leave they immediately switch back to the analogue they understand. I fear for their use of most modern sets with multiple inputs, and input select button. I'm sure that if a decent manufacturer introduced single "freeview" only set, with a simple alternative to allow connection of a recording device, it would be very popular, but all manufacturers seem set to only offer more and more complex "advanced" sets, fine for many (including myself) but not for all.