Hi all - Here's the deal. We are adding a third TV in a (currently being) redone basement. I'd like to take the 32" Sony I have in our family room and put it down there, and upgrade the family room TV to either a 32" or 36" flat screen, HDTV ready set. (Have issues as to whether a 36" can fit on our current piece of furniture (which my wife likes and WILL NOT replace) but that's another story. We also have an older 27" Hitachi in the bedroom, which has been having a lot of issues lately. Namely, it randomly powers off, and you have to unplug it for a while before it will turn back on. There's also a static sound coming from the speakers (despite the fact that the TV sound is turned all the way down and we listen through a stereo set up in there). Ok... so my thoughts are this: If I buy a new family room TV now, its a big cost. $1500-$2000 most likely. And the new models are coming soon, which will either a) produce a new model for us, or b) allow us to buy the older models at a discount, right? So I feel its not a great time to buy. I don't, however, want to buy a 32" for the basement... because if I do that, we won't be upgrading the family room TV (since we'd have no room for the "new" 32"). So I thought it would make the most sense to spend $400-$500 and get a new 27". Put it in the basement for now, and then when the new 32-36" are available, buy one, and move the 27" into the bedroom. Does this make sense to anyone? And any tips on a good 27" flat screen for about $400? My only requirement is that it have 2 s-video inputs in the back (for DVD and DTV). Thanks!