I don't know how many other inacuracies lie in the depths of the Sony website, but I know about at least one. I have been researching 36" tube 4:3 TV's and was looking at the Sony Wega line. I had almost decided on the KV-36XBR800 (although it was more money than I wanted to spend). When looking at the Sony site and doing a "Compare Models", the specs show that the Sony KV-36FV300 displays 1080i, 480p and 960i and has 2 HD-capable Component inputs. I got jazzed because the retail price is $1499 and I got both Home Theater Store and Tweeter to agree to $1325 street. Well, after going to Tweeter and seeing the set, the website is dead wrong. This set is an analog set, does not display HD and only has one (non-HD-capable) component input. I should have probably known that it was too good to be true, but I guess the excitement overtook me. Needless to say, I was very very disappointed and am now back to the research. Just thought everyone should know to take all specs on the Sony site w/ a grain of salt. Good luck and if anyone has any suggestions let me know. BTW, I watch mostly (~90%)satellite (non-HD) now with DVD movies at about 10% of my viewing. This is why I'm sold, for now, on 4:3. Thanks.