My old 27" 4:3 TV is about to die and I'm looking to replace it with something better. I've been researching but I need some help/advice. This kind of purchase is frustrating to me because I'm not in a financial position to afford to replace it in a couple of years. However, I don't want to buy a "cheapo" TV because I've already lived with the limitations of one for years. Some of the things on my "want list" include: - a reliable product with good warrenty (is a 90 day labor warrenty a big gamble?) - 1 component input for my DVD player - at least 1 s-video input for my Directv receiver - at least 1 composite input for my VCR - flat screen (are these really that much better? I do see reflections in my current curved screen) - 16:9 enhanced mode (for watching widescreen DVDs) - good comb filter (for VCR & game system) - width less than 29" (which may be impossible to get nowadays) - 27" or 32" direct view 4:3 CRT Other features like a game saver or closed captioning would be nice. Features like PIP are not needed. Video quality is more more important that sound quality because I can use my stereo receiver for watching movies. The remote is not critical because I'll mostly use a universal programmable remote. Do any of you have a product that you recommend? And why? To help me with my choice, which is a better choice: Sony KV27FS120 Panasonic CT27SL14 Toshiba 27AF44 or for 32": Sony KV32FS120 Panasonic CT32SL14 Toshiba 32AF44 Or is there another product that might be better? Any thoughts, ideas, or recommendation what you could make would be appreciated?