Perhaps provocative but bear with me a moment! I have the Tevion 27" and playing around with it fed from a Toshiba 330 the picture is good, but I don't feel it's "Wow" quality. Now looking at the LCDs in stores whenever I'm taken with a display I think it's really down to the material being played and the terrific DTS etc track being blasted out. I've compared the Tevion to my Panasonic 100Hz 32" and really there isn't the difference that I would have expected. I'm prepared to be criticised for not having £1000 interconnects etc and for comments that there's better than the Tevion but I still don't think I'll ever get wowed by a DVD played back over LCD and I wonder if that's because I've used an LCD as my PC monitor for about 6 years or so. I think I'm used to it (the technology) and there isn't anything apart from size that will impress me - anyone else feel the same? I know there are lots of hugely enthusiastic LCD owners posting here but I wonder if they are hugely pleased with their LCD because it's a new technology to them (or better than the last they owned)? Now to deal with the "what can you expect you're not watching a Hyper-X model 50" " etc comments. I've struggled to get skin tones and detail displayed as I'd like from a variety of DVDs and began to despair it would be perfect ... then in desperation I threw in one of the SO's yoga DVDs. I kid you not the output was far far better. Skin tones etc were natural and colour across the spectrum was excellent. Far better than any blockbuster films I'd tried which leads me to question whether the problems we experience setting up any brand of LCD are really problems with the specific material*** playing back rather than inherent faults in any given LCD. We've all seen displays with finding Nemo of Monsters Inc playing and they look great but they are artificial in the sense they don't portray real lighting conditions (including film set lighting) which is a far more complicated thing to reproduce than any computer generated image. Oh well don't flame me I just thought it was an interesting topic to debate *** by way of example look at the first few minutes of McCool's - the colour is awful and you have to watch it to understand that it's quite deliberate because when Liv Tyler walks on they want to create and completely different image, in this case a much warmer image and alluring image of the heroine.