Alright, my wife has finally given me the go ahead to buy a new TV, up from a 19" TV with just regular Composite plugs, no S-Video. However, I'm in a bit of a bind as to what I should purchase. Here's my situation: My primary use for it will be for hooking up my GameCube and Xbox, and watching DVDs on the Xbox. (I'll be purchasing a separate DVD player somewhere down the line.) Ideally, I'd like a 32" or bigger screen, because when we do buy a house in a few years, I'll be going all out on getting a much bigger home theater system, so I don't need to get to big of a TV at the moment. Our Budget is between $500 - $800. Throw a $50 Best Buy Gift card on top of that if I need to go there to buy the TV, which is where I've been looking at most of the sets. One of my first questions would be: If I'm looking at a 32" flat, and a 32" non flat screen, and glare isn't an issue, is it really worth the extra few hundred dollars for a flat screen? What would be my best picks for both a flat or non flat screen? I'd be using Component cables for either TV, so would it really make that much of a difference to go flat? My wife liked the idea of a 32" non flat for $500, so that's why that's in the picture here. However, if I'm going to settle on a 32" non flat, and I want to keep it around $500 to save us cash, would it be worth it to go with a 27" flat instead of a 32" non flat screen? Is going from 19" to 27" all that impressive? Whew..that's quite a bit of info to wade through, so I appreciate all tips and advice you guys can give me.