Who remembers the Sylvania TV sets with "Halo-Light"?? I ran across this webpage while surfing. .......... "In the mid-50s my dad brought home our very first television set. It was a Sylvania, with one of those state-of-the-art Halo Lights around the screen. My dad had made a serious study of television sets before he finally broke down and purchased one, and his study convinced him that without the Halo Light, our family would go blind watching television. He’d heard a story somewhere, very likely from a Sylvania dealer, about a family in Wisconsin whose children had spent an inordinate amount of time watching some second-rate, small-screen, non-Halo Light television, and after a year of this kind of abuse were all as blind as moles. So he bought a huge, 19-inch screen Sylvania, with a Halo Light so bright that you just had to smile with satisfaction when it flickered to life, even when your reception wasn’t so good." Any of you ever hear that bit about TV causing blindness? Thank the Maker this isn't true.....or else 99.95% of America would be walking with canes! Where do urban legends like this get started do you think? Don't forget to switch on your Halo-Light!