The 32" screen size is replacing 27" screens as the minimum size for people who want a high-impact experience viewing a wide range of material, including DVD movies. If you're looking for a high-definition flat-panel TV with a picture that's bright enough to stand up to room lights or daylight, Sharp's LC-32D50U has you covered. The built-in tuner pulls in over-the-air HDTV programming without the need for a separate tuner box. When Sharp introduced the AQUOS line several years ago, it made people take LCD TVs seriously for the first time. Since then, a steady stream of innovations has kept AQUOS TVs at the forefront of LCD design. Sharp's latest breakthrough is Multi-Pixel technology: each pixel is divided into two sections to dramatically improve off-angle viewing both horizontally and vertically. Sharp's "Quick Shoot" video circuitry provides one of the fastest pixel response times we've seen; moving objects on screen flow cleanly, with no distracting lag or ghosting.