I'm being forced to go through a crash course in flat panel television technology in short order. We're moving into a condo where our beloved CRT just doesn't work. Oh...and I'm on a budget. But because the TV is such a focal point I don't want to skimp and feel regretful that I missed an important feature. From what I've picked up from this forum and sales people, I have come to the following conclusion: I'm leaning toward a LCD with these must haves: HDMI input Built in tuner As fast a response time as I can afford Same for contrast ratio Am I on track? Although I may not use the HDMI or tuner right away, I think they would be wise to have since I plan on owning the monitor for a long time. There are a bunch of 32" LCD's hovering around the $2000 mark all with very similar features, Sharp, Panasonic, LG, Samsung etc. I'm looking for something that might differentiate them...i.e. a feature that I might not appreciate but would be glad I had later. I've read the reviews and they're all glowing. If this were a computer thread, I'd have lots to suggest but alas this is new territory for me.