I currently have a Toshiba 27" standard (very curved screen) analog TV that I bought about 5 or 6 years ago. It was the only affordable 27" at the time that had component inputs. It has been a great TV, but I recently spent a few bucks on an HT sound system (AV receiver, 5 Dahlquist speakers). Of course now, the TV seems a little inadequate. I took a look at a few digital 16:9 TV's, but I'm not ready to spend $2000 on technology that seems to be in flux. I recently came across a great deal on the Toshiba 27AF42, flat screen 4:3 analog TV. They have it at BB on sale with a $100 rebate, so the final price is about $350. It's a family TV, the kids watch digial cable, I mostly watch DVD's on the weekends. The question is, is the move to a flat screen worth it? The size is the same, but the picture quality is superior (at least in my estimation). It's not a ton of money and it may tide me over until the whole HDTV thing gets a little more stabilized. Any opinions?