hello. I need a 32" TV because it is about right for my size apartment. It also fits my price range better than others. I have noticed that CostCO is really the best place to buy with their 100% satisfaction policy and great prices. There are 3 TV's that I am eyeballing. I really don't mind the price differential as long as I know that I'm getting a seriously superior value. I also don't really have a keen eye for quality, so as long as I'm getting my money's worth and it will fill a niche for a good few more years of college I will have no complaints. the cheapest one at $459 is the 32" Panasonic 'Panablack' CT-3207D. here is the closest thing i could find on their website. it's the CT-32G7D next in line at only $549 is the JVC AV-32D503. here is the info i found on their website. at the top of the list is a Phillips flat screen. I did't take note of the exact model number but it is $700 and there are only 3 of these TV's on the Phillips site. here is a link to the 3 TV's that it could possibly be. now i don't know which it is but with my extrordinary novice in this field i wouldn't know the differences if they hit me in the face. now i know that any respectable home theater geek would demand that i buy the most expensive one, due to the fact that it is probably the best by at least some margin. Well i would but i took a look at that JVC right next to the Phillips and perhaps my eyes were deceiving me but i thought that the JVC looked better. Please give me a rundown as to what you think or what else you would buy with 700 dollars as the absolute max, and a 32" TV or perhaps 35" if i'm feeling daring. Thanks for all and any help. I don't know what a comb filter is and i don't really even know what i would need HDTV for. I know what i consider to be a lot about car audio and if someone were to ask me such a novice question, i normally revert to just giving suggestions about which other products i should consider, rather than give them the song and dance about the circuitry or s/n or THD or all the other crap that is usually pure bologna when it comes down to it.