Because I've been looking for a 26"-32" lcd or plasma, I've come to realise there aren't all that many 32" plasmas. Why is this? I can understand that when plasmas were £10k, the 42"+ size gave people the impression all that money was getting them something they couldn't get on a crt set, (plus they probably couldn't compete with crt's pictures). I find myself looking at 42" plasmas like Sonys hi-def KEP42M1 at £2,600 ish from rgbdirect. However, as much as I would love to spend that amount of money on a tv, I just haven't the space for such a large set. It seems that they don't do a cheaper smaller 32" model for some reason. They do have a 32" lcd set that looks identical and has similar if not identical specs. However, the lcd is only £400 cheaper. Who wouldn't spend £400 more to get a 42" screen rather than a 32"?? Surely the average consumer doesn't want a screen bigger than 32"??