I haven't taken the plunge yet to HDTV because of several concerns, the most important of which is display quality. I have always been a believer that CRT displays give the best picture quality hands-down. I have investigated the latest HD CRT offerings from Samsung with the full intention of purchasing one of their Slim-Fit sets. After reading several reviews, however, I am not too impressed with the build quality of these. I am now looking to LCD displays as an alternative. But I don't know if I will be satisfied with the display quality. Here's my problem. My cousin recently bought a Sharp 37" LCD (don't know the model no.). I took a look at the picture - mind you he doesn't have an HD feed yet - and the picture was awful. There was ghosting and bleeding and the whole picture just seemed out-of-whack. Nothing to write home about. Is this normal for an LCD display without HD feed or was this a problem with the setup? I really don't want to jump on the LCD bandwagon if this is the kind of non-HD display quality I'm going to get. I'm not ready to spring for an HD feed from my satellite provider yet (Bell ExpressVu) and I have a standard DVD player which I have no intention of upgrading any time soon. Are LCD's really that bad at displaying SD programming or what? Thanks.