Like allot of people, I have a fancy wood entertainment center. As you know, most ECs only allow for a 32" TV (usually no more that 35" in width). Problem: most manufactures seem to have embraced the 'speakers on the side' design causing product widths to ballon in recent years. They seem to feel that 'wider is better', even if they're just adding fake inches by way of speakers (who uses these anyway?). The only exception I found was a Toshiba: http://www.epinions.com/pr-Televisio...ay_~full_specs Impressive, this 34" 16x9 CRT is only 33+" in width. I wish more manufactures would place speakers under the screen to maximize screen size vs. width. Oh well, maybe I should just junk the EC and get a DPL.