The most constraining dimension in the place where I can put my TV is width. I suspect everyone that has their TV inside a piece of furniture is in the same boat. When width is the constraining dimension, the best kind of TV to have would be a 4:3 TV. Doing so would allow the largest widescreen picture and the largest "full screen" picture possible inside that space. So I'm shopping for a 36" 4:3 HDTV. What's really got me miffed is that it seems every TV manufacturer stuff speakers on each end of their 4:3 TVs. This doesn't make width-constrained folks like me happy because it takes away from the screen size. I've got a low-end 36" TV today that fits with about an inch and a half to spare on each side. Its speakers are on the botton, not the sides, of the unit. I've not been able to find a single 36" 4:3 HDTV that will fit in that space, thanks to speakers that are getting put on each end of the TVs. So my question is who makes a 4:3 HDTV with no speakers built into the sides of the TV?