I have been looking around the net at many sites and you are seeing wide-screen LCD TVs of 26-32" for prices as low as £350. This is quite common as technology improves and manufacturing processes improve but with all these wonderful advancements I have one gripe. 1080p With all these nice new TVs promising high def content I've yet to see a reasonably priced smaller scale 1080p capable LCD TV. The smallest model I found was 37" and around £1,500. This is quite absurd. With consoles promising this high standard the so called "full" high definition format how come TV manufacturers aren't twigging that there would be a lower end market for these items. Surely its not beyond the realm of technology to get a 1920*1080 screen of around 26" for around £700 perhaps? This would cover a middle ground between your high quality 24" monitors and larger 30" monitors from the likes of Dell. Plus you'd get the added bonus of a remote and TV built in. Am I the only one who thinks this is a good idea? I would like to get a new monitor/TV but the 1366*768 resolution of most HD TVs just isn't enough. I want more!!! Your thoughts please!!