My current television is a Philips 27PT543S 27" TV that's at least 4 years old. I have decided that it's time to upgrade. The picture quality is pretty good, but it should be simple to beat. I have an O'Sullivan Entertainment Center, model 20366. The measurements are 37" (940mm) wide, 35 3/8" (900mm) tall, with basically as much space as I need front to back, as long as I'm not keeping it propped up with sticks. My DVD player is a Sony DVP-NS775V. I'd like to go with a 36" 4:3. I'm not ready to make the jump to widescreen yet (yeah, yeah, I know ). I would like something that supports 480p (is that possible in 4:3?). Edit: I also want a flat screen. Please help me out. And of course, I'm looking for best bang for the buck. The Sony - FD Trinitron WEGA 36" Flat-Tube TV looks really nice, but $899 might be out of my price range. Edit: It doesn't need to be HDTV. It's going to be used for a lot of standard cable, so it's probably better without HDTV built in. I do need at least one component cable connection (2 if possible, but not required), one s-video cable, and at least 2 regular old red/yellow/white cable. Everything is hooked up through my receiver, so that's all it needs, really.