I've been roaming the stores in the post-holiday period, finally looking for something to replace my 17 year old Sylvania Supertuner III 27" TV. I was originally intending to buy a 36" tube. I went to the usual stores and - as far as tubes go - narrowed it down to the Panny 36SX31 and Sony 36FV27, ultimately picking the Sony. They both looked about equal in the store(given that neither was really set up well), but what swayed me over to the Sony was that it looked a little better to me on a standard cable signal, and it has 16:9 for my widescreen DVDs. Also, I heard that the Panny has only one input memory; is this true? I then wandered over to the 4:3 RPTVs and saw that for around the same price as the Sony tube I could get either the 43T90 or the 48V80. I wasn't crazy about the glare on the T90, but now I'm looking for a little help. My TV watching is still mostly standard cable broadcast, with an equal split between DVDs and VHS. I watch from about 12' away. Given my viewing habits, and that I'm basically looking for the best choice in a non-HD TV for my viewing preferences (in this price range), which would you all recommend? Things like image quality, sound quality, flexible adjustment capability (the ability to properly calibrate is a big concern) are high on my list. I rarely have more than four people watching at a time, so I'm not sure the viewing angle thing for RPTVs would be a concern. Thanks.