I'm in the market for a new television set, and I thought I'd see if anyone here had any advice as to what my good choices are. In brief, I'm looking for a widescreen direct-view CRT with the following characteristics : CONSTRAINTS - no greater than 36" overall width - screen must be flat and rectangular : no rounded corners, no curvature - must include ATSC tuner - must display 1080i30 and 720p60 natively - must incorporate the full suite of input connectors : HDMI, HD-capable component, S-Video, composite - must provide both analog [stereo minimum] and digital [at least for ATSC] outputs for TV audio - must be available in the United States OBJECTIVES - should be easy to adjust, including geometry, overscan, and convergence - should provide high resolution when properly adjusted - should provide faithful colour rendition when properly adjusted - should have a high degree of controllability [e.g. I should be able to turn off SVM, 480i upconversion, and any other features] - should provide a high-quality picture from NTSC sources [good comb filter, &c.] - should be stable [well-regulated power supply, not too much drift, &c.] -should have a large screen size - should be inexpensive As always, "constraints" are non-negotiable, while "objectives" can be traded off against each other. Obviously, for instance, there's going to be an inverse correlation between screen-size and cost, so I'm interested in finding out what my range of options is. I should mention that I don't require the TV to have speakers, just a line-level audio ouptut that works for NTSC and ATSC both. I figure people here might have some experience or at least general advice to better arm me for going out and looking at on-line retailer listings and product reviews, not to speak of [ugh] in-store displays ; there are enough options that I'd at least like to get a line on particularly good ones, or cross off particularly bad ones, before I start. Thanks much.