One of the local podunk Wal-Mart stores is clearing out last year's direct view HD display models. Both are priced at $399, and I just happened to come into some spare toy money. I realize the best option would be to keep saving, but with the way things are, there isn't gonna be much to add to the pile, so I might as well choose one of these once $700 range TVs while I can get them. So, my choices are: Phillips 32PT740H A nice looking HD Ready 32" set with the added bonus of a VGA/RGB input (the idea of Doom 3 on a 32" screen WITHOUT having to buy an adapter is nice). It also has a standard 1080i component input (though I doubt you can use it and the VGA simultaneously), along with a 480i only component input and a decent array of composite and S-Video jacks. One last thing, the HD inputs say "480p/720p/1080i" beside them, so I kind of hope it can do 720p, or at least scale it to 1080i. Sanyo DS32830H Another 32" HD Ready set, but the inputs are pretty darn limited, as we have just one 1080i component input for progressive or HD signals, and a couple of S-Video/composite jacks. The only reason I consider it is when the two were side by side on the shelf, the Sanyo had a great picture, whereas the Phillips looked really soft (granted, while these are hooked to a Dish HD feed at Wal-Mart, they haven't exactly been optimized or tweaked). Highly doubt this one will upconvert 720p, but if you know, let me know. I used to assume Sanyo was probably junk since they are Wal-Mart's in-store discount brand, but the raves the new Sanyo 32" set is getting has me curious...plus I hear due to Wal-Marts financial ties with Sanyo, the return policy is quite attractive. I'm likely gonna pull the trigger on one or the other this weekend...anybody wanna drop in their two cents?