Thanks to the great advice from this magazine and forum, I have a 428XD TV, which I'm really pleased with. However, one thing that wasn't very clear (or I was too stupid to understand) was that the number of inputs isn't the same thing as the number of inputs. What I mean is, the TV has 3 x Scart inputs, 3 x HDMI inputs, 1 x Component, 1 x Composite, 1 x VGA = 9 inputs. But in fact, it only has 5 actual inputs - for each of which you can choose a physical input from the 9 sockets available. And the 5th one is on the side of the TV and intended for temporary connection of camcorder, etc. So, in reality, the set has 'only' 4 inputs. Now, I have a Sky box, Sony DAV-IS10 DVD and surround, and Wii connected already. I have a VCR connected via the Sky box. So I have only used 3 inputs. But - in the future, I'd like to add a Blu-ray player (audio would be fed through the existing DVD/surround head unit) *and* either AppleTV or Mac mini based home media unit - both connected via HDMI. Basically, my expensive new TV still doesn't have enough actual inputs to suit modern needs - and it has more than most! Perhaps the only answer is to replace the DAV-IS10 with a massive surround amp that has 'hundreds' of inputs and connect that to the TV with a single HDMI. And 8 of the sockets stay unused! Surely it would be nicer for the TV to have a dedicated input 'channel' for each of its physical inputs? Any ideas why it doesn't?