Hi everyone, I'm new around these parts and my familiarity with TVs is quite basic thus far, so I'm asking for some help. I'm looking to purchase a quality TV for around $2000 in order to get a good foundation on a nice, mid-size home theatre set up for my apartment. As an avid video gamer, picture quality and sound are of course a primary concern. Of the characteristics I'm looking for are a 16:9 ratio screen, HDTV or HDTV-compatible, and composite inputs, although the latter is fairly standard on quality television sets. I'm not too particular in size at the moment, as I was originally gunning for a projection TV, but in the name of clarity, brightness, and price (and space to a degree), I was swayed into a 36" TV -- currently eyeballing the Toshiba 36HF71. I've put down the $4 needed for a one month subscription to Consumer Reports' site and I've done some poking and prying around but I can't come to anything conclusive since a complete review list of TVs is impossible to come by. However, from the information gathered, it seems that Toshiba and Hitachi are among the top brands for the 32" + size TVs, with Sony not far behind. Anyway, I'm a bit torn and still unclear on just WHAT to gun for. I know what I'm looking for and there's an overlapping on features among TVs, so really, it's just a matter of [seemingly] picture quality. Can anyone give any advice or help point me in the right direction?