Hi everyone. I am new to the forum and am considering upgrading my home theater. I was thinking of making a purchase of a new widescreen monitor this weekend. But with some research I determined that I needed to learn a lot more about the newer technologies and the interacting components. Simply put I'm a rank amateur. The type that buys big name products, then plugs them in and pushes play.:b I have been considering upgrading my TV for a while. I have an excellent JVC 27 in. high resolution set. But it is 16 years old and I am beginning to notice the color is favoring green tones or is it just my imagination? I am considering a projection DLP TV. I would prefer the DLP, because of burn in issues with the Plasma and LCD models. The older style projection TV produce a dim picture if viewed at an angle. I was wondering what anyone's opinion is of these widescreen TVs. Is the picture worth it? I have digital cable, but may hold off on HD digital cable. I would be moving all of my old home theatre components over to the new set. Which I don't see as a problem, except my DVD player is not progressive scan. I have also heard of dynamic action issues with the picture not being able to keep up with the video movement. Then I have heard of color tone issues too. I was looking for some input on widescreen projection TVs. I don't want to give up the nice picture of my conventional set, just for a big wide picture. As said earlier, I was possibly going to purchase one this weekend in time for the Super bowl. But maybe I should hold off. Several thousand dollars is a lot of money to spend just to be disappointed. I want to know what I'm doing before I spend the money. Thanks in advance.