I'm looking for a capable 27" TV to replace my aging Magnavox. I was in Best Buy the other day when I spotted the Sony Wega KV-27FS12. This TV seemed to fit my needs very well based on the following criteria... 1. Inputs: Component input for use with my Toshiba DVD player, 2 composite inputs for use with my VCR and Dreamcast, coax input for the DirecTV receiver, and another set of composite inputs on the front. 2. 16:9 Enhanced Mode: This would be perfect for viewing anamorphic DVD's. However, it bothers that this mode can only be activated by the TV menus and not the remote. Anyone know if this can be activated by a learning remote? 3. Gotta love a flat screen. 4. Price was right, $569. This is about the maximum that the wife would allow into putting into a new TV. The TV would be used in a small-ish townhouse so the size is about right and I have no central receiver so all the video/audio switching would have to be done by the TV. Due to Sony's marketing campaign and me not keeping up with the latest developments in TV developments means that the Sony Wega TV's are about all I know of currently that would fit my needs. So I'm hoping this wonderful forum could offer me some advice on this particular set or a comparable set that is perhaps cheaper and fits my needs just as well. So I'm wondering, "Does it get any better than the Sony Wega KV-27FS12?" Any information is greatly appreciated.