First post peeps!
Went to my local Morrisons last night and saw two full HD LCD TVs. One's 26" for £150 and the other's 32" for £199.
Great prices if you ask me. I don't know if the TVs are that good, but the 32" one comes with four HDMI inputs and a Component input too (for those who've got a really old Xbox 360, like me).
I bought a 37" LCD TV from Sainsburys for £249 a few months back and that's been excellent. It even decodes 1080p with Component.
Response to post #1: My local store is Gloucester (http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&q=Morrisons&sll=51.841783,-2.205806&sspn=0.009771,0.027831&ie=UTF8&radius=0.71&split=1&rq=1&ev=zi&hq=Morrisons&hnear=&ll=51.841783,-2.205806&spn=0.009771,0.027831&z=16).
Response to post #6: Those look like the right specs, and I think I saw an SRS audio sticker on the front too.
Those of you who're commenting on picture quality: try plugging in some HD input, like a BluRay player or a games console - take a look at the picture then. I think it'll be much better. The Freeview decoder in one of these is very likely to be cheap with simplistic decoding architecture. The TV I mentioned from Sainsburys has excellent picture quality from my Xbox 360. But then, I only bought it for games console stuff not to watch TV!