Well, I'm looking for a TV for my bedroom and decided that I want a 32" LCD. I went to a local Best Buy to check some of the displays out and out of all of them the Aquos seemed to have the clearest, smoothest, brightest picture. The only thing I noticed, and this is the reason for my post, is that when there is a very slow moving graphic on the screen I can see the object being redrawn. Almost as if I can see the scanning of the pixels and how they get redrawn (I think it's called interlacing??). Now... I'm not a videophile, and I don't look for things like that... so to those of you who have this display, have you noticed what I'm talking about? I pointed it out to two salespeople... one saw it right away, the other couldn't see it at all. This is one of the few things keeping me from pulling the trigger. That, and the fact that the Aquos displayed almost cartoonish like images... unless it's just in my head. In addition to the above question I'd just like to ask for some more opinions on this forum about 32" LCD's, since I'm fairly new and Best Buy ONLY had HD signal going to these TV's. My TV will 99% of the time be used for standard cable (not HD or even Digital) while at the same time being hooked up to my computer to watch DVD's, Video's, Slide shows, etc. It's mainly a toy addon for my computer, not really for a home theater. Is there another TV which might be better for my needs? Based on the limited amount of TV's that I've seen (some 32" Tobishba, Sony, Sony XBR Bravia, Sharp, Westinghouse(?)) and the reviews that I've read, the Aquos looked the best, although the salespeople said the Samsung is actually the best and has the best contrast ratio (they didn't have it on display). The more research I do, the more confused I get as to what to get. Sometimes I feel there are TOO many options. Anyway, any comments appreciated. Thanks a lot! Boris P.S. I don't want to spend over $2,000 in a store... probably around $1300-1800 is what it would cost online. My original budget was $1500, but I'd rather pay more to get something worth keeping. Thanks. This is the TV I was thinking about getting: http://www.pricegrabber.com/rating_getprodrev.php/product_id=5433124/id_type=M/ it's about $1700 on clearance at Best Buy (afraid to buy an LCD from an e-retailer just yet).