Re: New TV Screen
All TVs are only as good as the media being viewed on them, I personally have a 42" plasma mounted on my wall, to replace a 28" Sony Trintron CRT, the picture is not as crisp. However bear in mind if you blow up a photo double the size it was originally intended for, you will see pixellation also. As the media improves on the TV so too will the picture on your TV, when I view the PC on the plasma, it is crisp. I chose the plasma over the LCD as I have a long room and the LCD does not perform as well when looking at the screen at an angle. I also found that the LCDs were well pricey over 32" and wanted that bit more for my money. I run everything on the screen including my PC, which was a buying point for me as there is nothing more relaxing for me than playing online poker from the comfort of your living room armchair.
This is the 2nd plasma I have had, the first one was a Phillips and of the first generation of Plasmas. It was not the best, I took it back after a month due to the poor performance. I then weighed out a fair wedge more to get a current generation HD ready Hitachi. Money well spent. It is ten times better than my original purchase. Moral of the story being, weigh up what you want to achieve and scrutinize the options within your budget, with the help of reviews. Richer sounds are a good port of call (very reasonable, helpful and knowledgeable), have used them for years with no quibbles (And no I don't work for them) for audio visual equipment.