Our 10 yr old Mits 55" RPTV is starting to have problems with the red convergence. I know at 10 yrs old, it's really not worth getting it fixed because something else is probably just waiting to go out. Our money situation isn't quite as good as it was when we dropped $2,500 on it and had it ISF'd by Gregg back when we lived in Georgia. I've been looking very hard at the new Mits DLP's since we can actually get something slightly larger for actually less money. The Mitsubishi's all say they have "Smooth 120", which I assumed meant actual 120 hz refresh rates. Now that I've taken a look at the actual specs, all of their refresh rates on all resolutions is only 60hz. I always hated the old LCD's because of the motion blur. I'm wanting some feedback on whether these sets have bad motion blur. We now live in Alabama, and there are no dealers close to us that I can go demo a set at, so I need some help. Even if I could go demo one, I know how poorly they are usually set up at dealers. I'm wondering what they actually look like properly calibrated. I absolutely love our current set, so I'm happy with Mitsubishi's reputation, but it bothers me a little that they advertise these sets as though they are 120hz, it's pretty misleading, but how do they actually perform. We have a dedicated media room that is very dark and totally light controlled, so I'm not worried about that end of things. Thanks for any help.