I wouldn’t worry about being off-axis with the LCD TV. Only a problem when viewing the set from an extreme angle, which you don’t have. Bonnie’s seat will give her a good view. The reason I suggested the LG LCD is because other alternatives (plasma, etc.) add to the cost of buying and, frankly, the LG LCD with XD technology, is best bang for the buck. Don’t let a salesperson try to sell you a ‘better’ TV saying his choice does this and that. It may but in most circumstances not needed.Between now and the end of the year there’s going to be some good sales on TVs. Best of luck.MichaelR Michael,Sales on TVs sounds good because I'm going to be in the market for a new TV for my bedroom. I'm figuring that a 40" to 46" LED back lit LCD TV is what I'll buy. My mom's 1988 25" Zenith console TV is failing and I'm planning to give her my 1998 Sony 20" Trinitron TV. I'll check out the LG models. I will also probably have to replace my 1999 Sony DVD player with a Blu Ray player because the Sony DVD player does not have a HDMI output. I don't have cable so I either use my TV to view DVDs or to watch broadcast television signals.I watched the last round of the 2012 Masters on my brother-in-law's Sony LCD HDTV and was blown away by the picture quality.Mike
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