Hi, I know there are similar threads but they often go off on tangents and so would like to start a new one specific to my queries... Basically, my wife would like to get a 32" TV and I also feel it's time to upgrade from our trusty 21" Wharfdale! LCD and Plasma are definitely off the menu due to atrocious picture quality at anything lower than HD. New top brand CRT's seem to be very hard to come by so I want to get a good one before they all disappear off the face of the planet! We've seen a JVC-HV32D40BK for £435 at Empire Direct but this model didn't get such a good review from Home Cinema Choice for it's SD Freeview picture quality. Basically, our viewing revolves around digital Freeview and about a DVD a week - so to my queries... 1) Is this JVC a good buy for our standard viewing habits - bearing in mind that I couldn't tolerate any geommetry issues or digital processing artifacts. If not, what do you recommend? 2) Does Freeview picture quality inherently deteriorate the larger the screen size? e.g. our current 21" picture is crystal clear and I'm concerned a larger screen will reduce this quality 3) Do I actually need a 100hz TV for Freeview? (our current 50hz appears to work beautifully) 4) Would I be better off waiting for newer CRT's (if any are actually around the corner) like the new Samsung Slimfits? Know it's a lot but any advice would be greatly appreciated as they no longer seem to have CRT's in showrooms, thanks.