Steered my parents to buy a Samsung DLP HL-S5087W. Having now spent some time with the unit, I find I have no problem with the lamp-based DLP technology. The Rainbow Effect is there, but I'm used to it and it's not an issue. I like the TV just fine otherwise. That is, if it weren't for the poor upscaling from SD DVD coming from the Samsung DVD-HD960 upconverting DVD Player. I've tried bypassing the player's Faroudja processor, letting the DLP do the scaling. No better, as I was advised would be the case in a previous thread. So, it looks like Samsung is out of the running for the TV I'm currently looking to buy for my own apartment. Can anyone recommend another DLP manufacturer (Mitsubishi, Toshiba) for their built-in processing? Or am I better off with RP LCD/LCoS (Sony, I suppose)? If only Samsung would let the player do the upconverting without introducing macroblocking, I'd simply buy the Toshiba HD-A20 and be done with it. I've been told that no matter what you hook up the Samsung to, it will still display objectionable macroblocking on SD sources. Can anyone refute this? Again, if that could be eliminated with the Toshiba HD player, I'd stick with the Samsung DLP.