After much debate, and a lot of research, I've ended up with the Samsung HLN5065W. I picked it up yesterday. I decided I wanted DLP or LCD Projection for a number of reasons. With my viewing distance of 10-14ft the 50 inch set is plenty big for me, and talk about vibrant! I looked at both the GWII LCD and the DLP I ended up purchasing. The GWII just didn't have the punch, although it did give me a more consistent impression. I can't really explain it better than that. I've taken the plunge, and got the sammy. I admit I'm hot and cold with the picture right now. When the picture is on certain sources, WOW. Other times, well, I've got some definite tweaking to do, that is if I can figure out how to gain access to the service menus! I've got a calibration CD, not the full AVIA, but a starting point. Can anyone help with access codes? I think I got a fair deal on this HDTV, from BB of all places. No other outlet in my area had either the DLP or LCD sets in stock. I couldn't find the new Samsung (N instead of M) anywhere, so bought a display unit, at a substantial discount. . which included a 4 year extended plan and other incidentals. I've got the 30day no question return policy I'm working under as well. I don't know the exact hours on the bulb - but I did know more of what I was getting otherwise. I decided a few hours on the bulb were worth no surprises OTB. I have to say Samsung hasn't helped themselves much with the lack of consistent information out on these DLP sets! Near as I can tell the HLN5065W and the HLN507W are identical inside, despite posted materials on the net to the contrary, including some people's forum opinions. Even the Samsung website is confusing! Anyone else find this a stumbling block? It took me some days before deciding a good service plan can make up for the impression of a manufacturer perhaps not fully having its act together. As an example, I've read those who've been in the service menu have documented the HLN5065W includes the FLI chip, DCDi just isn't advertised on the set exterior of the monitor. I have the Film user menu choice, would like to see from the service menu what it says. There are a lot of digital processing options on this monitor, I've had a lot of fun in the first 24 hours! Learning as I go! This is FUN!