I am look at purchasing a 36" CRT: the only use will be for watching DVDs (many 4:3) and watching Freeview. Accordingly I need a set with: - At least 1 RGB capable Scart - Component Input (PAL and NTSC progressive scan compatible) I do not need Dolby Digital sound or an integrated digital tuner (infact I don't really need any tuner!) although if a TV with these has other features I want I will, of course, buy it. High Definition is a concern with this purchase: where do current CRTs stand on this issue? HD-TV is coming in the next 18 months, HD-DVD won't be far behind. I will jump on the High Def bandwagon as soon as possible and would ideally like to watch such content on my CRT as well as on my Plasma. Are any current models suitably compatible? As things stand I am quite keen on the Panasonic 36PL32 which seems to have had good reviews across the board and is cheap - although seemlingly at the expense of digital processing features. I am also keeping an eye on the thread of the same name. Can anyone suggest other models I should look at? Toshiba, JVC (which seems to be considered popular on this thread) or any other major brands? Philips models are not an option however good Pixel Plus 2 is. Thanks in advance.