Hi, I'm hoping to get a new large screen TV and can't decide between a Samsung PS42V4S, the new Toshiba 46" DLP Rear Proj. or the Sagem Axium 50" DLP Rear Proj. The reason I was thinking of going for the Samsung is that it is on special offer at my local Comet, where they are doing it for £1599 (might be £1549?) but are also throwing in a free Samsung 15" LCD TV (worth about another £250-£300). I currently have a Toshiba Picture Frame I 36" widescreen CRT TV, but I want to get something that can take prog. scan and is HDTV compatible and has a PC input as well. I guess it should also be HDCP compatible, so that might now exclude the Sagem (according to some web sites). I will be using it with a Toshiba RD-XS32 HD/DVD Recorder that does component prog. scan output (and converts all its inputs into that for output) so I will play my DVDs thru it and pipe my Sky+ thru it as well. I might consider buying a new DVD player with DVI (or HDMI) output to get even better quality if needed (I have a separate Pioneer 565A Universal player that I normally play my DVDs on). I haven't yet had a chance to check with John Lewis (shops mad 'cause of xmas) to see if they will price match Comet (I'd obviously prefer a 5 year warranty, but wouldn't get the free LCD TV). Could someone please give me an honest opinion as to which way I should go (plasma or dlp rear pro) for my current and future needs. I also saw someone mention about getting the Toshiba set from Costco at a good price, but I'm not sure if my local (Watford) branch has it (I don't recall seeing it there recently), but they offer, normally, a 3 year warr. on TVs. My wife will be watching it a lot, so it must make Eastenders look good from Sky+ . Thanks.