Without wishing to alienate too many of you on here, I have a genuine question which I'd be interested to hear your views on. I've been researching what sort of 28" widescreen TV to buy in the £400 to £800 price bracket for some time now and have found the information and expertise on this site incredible. With that in mind, I'd kind of narowed my choices down to a few: JVC 28R25, Sony FX68, Panasonic PS1, with the Sony being favourite due to the low level of criticism I found on here compared to the others. However, I went and had a look in John lewis the other day and wasn't exactly knocked out by any of the TVs on display bar some of the LCDs and two conventional sets (apologies for not knowing the techie terms). Turned out that both of these had integrated freeview tuners and the results were that they stood out a mile from all the other TVs running off analogue signals. So my question is: apart from making sure you've got the correct number of Scarts and other features which are important to your individual needs, does it really matter what TV you buy if you have digital input? Or put another way, if - like me - you're only interested in having three scarts, decent quality sound and a good looking piece of kit, is there any big advantage to spending £800 over £400 apart from a better brand name? Hope you experts out there don't think I'm too much of a luddite, and I really would be interested to hear your views.