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Wow, a lot of good recomendations with convincing arguments.
Now, here is a good question: Which flat panals suggested above have the best array of video selections for fitting a variety of signals (HD, SD, DVD- both store bought and self produced, etc.)? Last year I tried an Insignia 37" plasma out, and while I liked the picture quality of any HD signals coming into the set, the rest of the signals (SD, DVD) never fit the screen right. Some settings cut off a goodly share of the picture, while other settings stretched the pictures an ungodly abnormal amount, and yet other settings left large black bars above and below the picture and even sometimes at the sides also. I never could find a setting to correctly show what I was feeding the set. I am well aware of formats, so please don't lecture me about them and I am aware of the difficulty of fitting them all on a screen in a pleasing manner. But I am concerned about getting a better choice of format fitting solutions. I have a Toshiba 42" plasma and it has enough video choices that seem to provide a good picture, that fits, with a minimum of distortion, no matter the source, be it HD, SD, or homemade family vacation DVDs. Which of the above favored LCDs suggested by you all can give the widest array of choices for the best picture fit, no matter the source material?