Hmm. Wow. I'm looking at a new television. First I was thinking plasma.. but couldn't find any HD-sets within my pricerange. Then I looked at LCD.. was almost set for a Sony, then I saw it in a store - the blacks were way too blue for me. Ok - Now I'm thinking a good old-fashioned 32" CRT. But.. right now, I'm having trouble justifying paying £1000 for a measly 32" CRT, when I could get a 100" projector for the same price (save a hundred quid or so). One of my mates bought a Hitachi PJ-TX100 some time ago - I like it. The picture is sharp and detailed. What bothered me was that the blacks weren't black - even when the room was totally dark, the light from the lit pixels also shone on the ones who were supposed to be black, making them dark-grey. The Hitachi has a contrast of 1200:1. The new Panasonic AE700 has a contrast ratio of 2000:1. Will that be noticeably better? Which projector would you guys recommend me, from: a) Panasonic PT-AE700 b) Sanyo PLV-Z3 c) Hitachi PJ-TX100 These are all within price-range, £1000-£1300 (Denmark).