Hello all. I currently have a 36" non-HDTV Sony Wega, KV-36FS13. I am looking at going to HDTV due to having a Xbox 360 video game console. I currently will not be paying for HDTV though through my cable company (only want the HD for my gaming experience). I am looking at two TVs ... 30-INCH WIDE-SCREEN HIGH-DEFINITION MODEL Sony FD Trinitron Wega Hi-Scan KV-30HS420 $850-ish retail 34-INCH WIDE-SCREEN HIGH-DEFINITION MODEL Sony FD Trinitron Wega Hi-Scan KV-34HS420 $1250-ish retail Both of these are rated top in their categories through Consumer Reports, and I have heard they are great. So, I have a few questions: 1) Are the CRTs still the best for around this price range? There is so much information out there saying this is better and that is better. I hate the weight of the CRTs, but the picture quality is more important than the weight. With LCDs, DLP, plasma, etc ... it is hard for the common person to understand what is what. Remember, I am using this mainly for gaming with HD. 2) I am still new to HD, so I do not understand what is what. I understand 1080 is the best and 720 is next. What are these two TVs? I couldn't find anything saying which they display, so does that mean they can display whatever is thrown into them? 3) Does standard TV look ok on a HDTV? I have heard some HDTVs display poorer quality regular TV signals than regular TVs. Is this true? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.