I see you've narrowed your search... good news indeed. Sharp LCDs were the #1 LCDs a while ago (2 years ago?) but as I understand it they now have their pannels built by some 3rd party, which are of lesser quality.
The Westy suggested above (1080p) is a favorite amongst many people...
Just for your information, there is no TV that does 1080i naitively per se. A 1080p TV will be able to resolve the entire resolution of a 1080i signal, but when you see a TV that says "1080i compatible" it basically means that the signal will be scaled to the naitive resoulution of that paticular set. This does not necessairly apply to a conventional CRT, but does for all LCDs
If you're looking at LCDs = or less than 32", it's pretty safe to say that most are of 1366x768 resolution. I'm partial to either Sony or Samsung, though as I mentionned in our conversations previously, they both share similar pannels, only the electronics inside them vary.
Sorry to hear I couldn't convince you to go the PJ way, unless of course you had concerns about the pricing.
P.S. Just for the sake of it, here is an LCD suggestion:http://www.etronics.com/product.asp?...re=&catid=4604