I bought a Toshiba 32"LCD TV (720p) when Apple announced the Apple TV, and pre-ordered the Apple TV. Unfortunately there seems to be some sort of compatibility issue going on that initially I hoped would be fixed with Apple TV updates but the frustration goes on. Also I've noticed how much newer 1080p TV's have come down in price, so I'm looking to dump the Toshiba and get something new. The problems I've had with the Toshiba are: 1) Very fussy connection - if I switch on the Apple TV before the input is set on the TV then the screen remains black, or sometimes the Apple logo appears, and nothing else happens (requiring a restart of the Apple TV) 2) Regularly I find that playback of video on the Apple TV gives audio but the screen remains black. The menus and music all play fine, but movies and TV shows just give a black screen (requiring a restart of the Apple TV to fix it). 3) Changing inputs on the TV between Sky and Apple TV is very slow, having to work through the inputs until reaching the correct one - and when moving from Sky to Apple TV, it then takes several seconds to establish the HDMI connection. 4) When connected to my MacBook Pro running snow Leopard, overscan leads to the menu bar being cut off, removing overscan leads to a black border around the screen. This is even when selecting outputs such as 720p or 1080i (rather than native Mac resolutions). 5) The TV is very slow to respond to everything. Press a button on the remote, and often I find my self pressing it again because it seems to have not responded. All in all we've been really disappointed with both the TV and (hopefully because of the TV) the Apple TV. What brands avoid these problems - and particularly which ones are nice to use, eg. quick and simple to switch between sources.