I will shortly be receiving my Foxsat Freesat HD PVR and I am now turning my attention to a sutable 32" TV to replace the old cheap & cheerful Thomson 28" widescreen crt. The TV is for use in a bedroom and space is restricted to an absolute maximum width of 800mm, which rules out quite a few of the well spoken for models I have read about on this forum. I really liked the sound of the LG 32" plasma but it is too wide . Viewing will be mainly Freesat, with HD content as available through the Foxsat HD, but at some point we may want to add a blu-ray player. Also it will be connected to a Sony dvd/VHS/surround sound amp combo which provides a half decent 5:1 audio stage that is considereably better than the sound from the existing crt. Already have a PS3 hooked up to a bigger 1080p Tosh downstairs. Most posts seem to suggest that 1080p is a waste of time at 32" and that it is better to buy a better quality 720p set. So what to go for that will fit the 800mm max width limit? Price is important but would rather spend a bit more to get the right TV as we will be watching this one a lot. Thanks.