I recently bought a Toshiba 32af44 tv (analog flat screen 4:3). It looks good, and fits the space requirements. However, for Christmas, my wife bought me a Denon 1815 DVD changer. (She came here for recommendations on a good one - thanks for helping her!!!) What's the problem you ask? Well, I've got this good DVD player with a good deinterlace chip, but the analog TV will not accept 480p (the output from the 1815). I have just called best buy, and they will exhange the old tv and I pay the difference to get a new one. I would get the Toshiba 32HF73. I have to stay with 4:3 because the wife watches mostly tv. We can't fit anything wider than the width of this tv, so widescreen wouldn't really be an advantage (same size for movies, smaller area for tv). My question to you experts is this: Is it worth $300-400 to watch DVD on 480p vs. 480i? I have no idea how big the difference is. I am almost ready to go for it so as to take full advantage of the 1815 (best connects are components), but maybe its not good enough to justify spending more $ and time to upgrade the tv. Let me know what your experiences are in the shift to HD for DVD viewing.