My b'friend and I just purchased a 32" Sony. It is a KV32FS100. I did my research here first, looking for a 32" under $1000. I wanted HDTV, but couldn't get it for that price. My b'friend wanted a 27" Sony, but I could only talk him into a larger set that was under 1000, so I opted out of HDTV. We take delivery Tuesday. That said, we do not have digital cable, or a dish, or a progressive scan DVD. These seem to be good TV's for the money ($800 smackers) but I have a question re: calibration. Is this necessary for this TV? If so, how is this done with software? And I guess more importantly, will we be struck with buyers remorse (I really didn't like the lines I saw in all the TV's we saw, but that seemed to be the main difference in HDTV's and non-HDTV's, and since we don't have a digital line coming in, the sales guy said they would be *much less* noticeable with regular analog cable...) Thanks for any and all input, and for the fantastic site!