There are two televisions in my home. One was practically state-of-art when it was purchased in 1989. Its 26" screen still works fine after it warms up. The other, slightly larger, appliance was acquired in the late '90s. Only when I watch sports in a tavern do I give any thought to upgrading at home. These newfangled high-definition flat screens are spectacular. Even so, I'm not prepared to allocate funds for a new TV just so I can see every bead of sweat on a basketball player's face.