I have had my 32PW9616 for about 9 months now and I have had enough of it. But I have also had enough of all other 100Hz TV's I have seen out in the stores. They all wreck the picture completely. Let me clarify that I think Pixel Plus, DRC and such are a big joke and I want to stay as far away from all such fluff as I can. Since I do not leave contrast at torch level, fluff such as SVM is about as useful to me as the plague. My old RPTV was razor sharp (after I adjusted the focus and convergence), 50Hz analog, and 100% free of fluff. I had it for 10 years before it gave up. I miss that picture quality so much. I want back. What I want is a completely neutral picture. I do not want any 'enhancement' at all! No Duckburg effects (dark outlines around objects) and full resolution color. This means I must step back to 50Hz, but I also want reasonably stable geometry and proper looking RGB where contrast and brightness can be properly adjusted. But at the same time I know I have to be very careful, as 50Hz is budget land now. My mother's cheap 8 year old 28" Sanyo is about to give up but it's so sharp compared to my set. Some people I know got a new 32" Philips (I do not recall the model number), which of course has a curved tube and the RGB flaw, but aside from that the picture quality was sweet. It didn't even have SVM. What would be the best choice for a 50Hz 32" 16:9 set, with a flat face screen, if I want a neutral picture? Thanks in advance.