My youngest child(2 years old) decided to attack our Sony KV-32FD1E when watching the lion king, with a plate she was eating her dinner off. The result is that the glass tube has some bad chips all over the screen. My house insurance covers accidental damage to audio equipment however the repair bill which comes to around £1000 involves fitting a new tube. Will this mean that all the geometry settings that I have spent ages setting up will all have to be reset for the new tube? I have read that fitting a new tube requires a very skilled technician and most people have advised me not to get the tube replaced as I may have geometry problems that will take ages to put right. Is this correct? Also the insurance company have said that it may be possible for us to have a replacement TV. Now I want to stick to the Sony brand and the two models that appear to be very similar to the Sony KV-32FD1E are the KV-36FS70 and the Sony KV-32FQ75U. Any comments on these sets? I have read that the 36FS70 is the first Sony TV since the 32FD1E to really impress. Would this be the one to go for? Any help/comments would be greatly appreciated asap as I will be getting a visit from the insurance company soon and the more info I have the better. Many thanks in advance.