Trying to find a 34" direct view 16:9 set that would work in my built-in cabinet. Don't quite know why I'm so hung up on having a 34" set rather than going with a 32" or 30" (the latter of which pretty much any will fit and be cheaper) especially since all I'm replacing is a 12 year old 27", but there you go. My do or die dimensions are: 43.5 W 27.0 H (26.75 if the TV comes right to the outside edge) 23.3 D With this in mind, and after a lot of searching, it looks like I'm left with three options IF the dimensions on the various web sites I've looked at can be beleived: JVC AV-34WP84 Sony KV-34HS510 (if I act quickly since it's discontinued) Toshiba 34HF84 I was leaning heavily towards the Toshiba until you guys put me off with your comments on SVM(?). But is this enough of a negative to discount the model if it works on size and other features? If not, let me ask a question on the Toshiba....If you set it to use one of the Theaterwide modes to view content (specifically 4:3 in Theaterwide 2), does it remember that setting (perhaps including the scroll position) on power-up, or will it default back to Natural? A HUGE concern I have is that my wife, who is not very technically inclined and also gets home from work some 6 hours earlier than I do, will simply turn it on to watch cable and leave it set way it starts leading to premature burn-in. On the JVC....the dimensions I got from the JVC website indicate that the depth is 23.375, a whopping 1/16" deeper than my maximum. This will definitely overhang my cabinet HOWEVER the photos I've seen of this set make the base look like it might not be quite as deep as the picture tube casing. Could anyone verify that to be correct and perhaps even give the depth from the bottom of the base back?