I purchased the Toshiba 65H80 about a year and a half ago, and all of my friends have 36" HD tubes and the picture is a world of difference. Digital cable and component cable game systems (GameCube PS2) look so much better/vivid than my set. I believe the latest tubes/rptv upconvert the signal? I was talking to my wife tonight and even though we are big Netflix DVD customers, standard cable television makes up about 90% of our weekly viewing habits. Has anyone else regretted purchasing a RPTV HD set over a HD tube? Don't get me wrong I love my set playing DVDs from my progressive scan Toshiba 9200 DVD player, but that accounts for so little of my time in front of the TV. Then there's the fact that I have an infant who watches TV and I think Barney is scary enough without being blown up to 65" Any input?