HI all, first-time poster here! Not a total AV noob but not a hardcore expert either. I've been very happy with my Samsung 61" DLP for the past few years but over time I've started to get tired of the limited viewing angle and washed-out image in anything less than perfect lighting conditions so I figured it was time to get something new. After some research I decided to go with the Panasonic 65VT25. It's being delivered on Tuesday. Very excited! I've been reading up on other peoples' experiences and trying not to let some of the hardcore obsessives' posts on certain other AV forums make me feel too paranoid or insecure about my new purchase. Half of what they're complaining about is all greek to me anyway. It seems like burn-in is pretty much a thing of the past, although the consensus seems to be to avoid letterboxed content or black boxes of any kind or any static images (like videogame HUDs and network logos) on-screen for too long for the initial 100 hours or so. I'm gonna try to do that. Is is worth running the color slides that are available online to help condition the set during the first 100 hours? Also if any existing users have any tips or advice for me those would be gratefully received!