Yes Yes - I know, I should have gottin something HD but I'm thinking this will do for the next 5 years and by that time things will be even better/cheaper, I was on the edge of the finiancial envelope as it was. I would LOVE any comments on the below features - I'm happy (which is the bottom line) so any negative comments will not hurt my feelings, it's a 5 year fill in TV. Because of space problems I went with a 43 inch Sony KP-43T90. It's NOT HD and it's NOT 480p Compatible (which is to bad). It is 4:3 and NOT 16:9 It DOES have 3D Digital Comb Filter (which I THINK is a good thing) 130º viewing angle (maybe they all do and it was not a big concern) Flash Focus All Digital Alignment System: With the touch of one button, you can converge the picture by aligning the red, green, and blue picture tubes(is this standard???). Microfocus Picture Tubes: Uses an extended neck, reducing beam spot size by 25% for a highly detailed, sharp picture. First Surface Mirror: Unlike many projection TVs, which require the electron beam to pass through the front surface of the mirror twice, Sony's First Surface Mirror means the beam reflects off only the front surface. This results in improved resolution, brightness and contrast. (COMMENTS??) Dynamic Focus Circuitry: This system adjusts the picture during each scanning line for consistent corner-to-corner sharpness. (Is this standard with all rptv's) A built-in high-contrast protective screen Advanced Velocity Modulation Scanning (sounds cool but I don't have a clue on what it does) Microfocus Picture Tubes (same as above) and it looked GREAT on normal cable (I insisted they NOT play a DVD and wanted to see real live broadcast). And the sweet thing is that I talked them down $300 by saying Sears was going to beat their price with their Net deal.