I am shopping for a 16:9 RPTV to replace a 4:3 Toshiba 50" analog RPTV. My home is in Central NH, 60 miles from the nearest OTA transmitters. This will never change. My realistic signal sources are 1) Progressive scan DVD 2) Regular (interlaced) DVD 3) Laserdisc 4) DirectTV 5) "Digital" cable 6) ReplayTV digital playback of #s 4+5 I mostly watch DVDs. The wife and kids watch a lot of TV. The problem is that both DirectTV and digital cable, IMO, look much worse on "HDTV ready" digital sets than they do on my 6 year old Toshiba. When a DVD is set up properly, the picture is better on a new set-a little better-but not enough to overcome the defects in TV viewing. I don't see cable providing any HD content anytime soon. I'm not sure we can receive HD DirectTV (but I'm looking into it). The question is, are there any analog 16:9 sets that I should be looking at?