As a tandem to my other post, I just returned from a quick visit at Best Buy. I was mostly there to check out what DLP vs LCD vs D-ILA look like. The good news is that I don't seem to be susceptable to the "rainbow effect" (nor was my wife). But while LCD has gotten better, it just didn't have the same contrast and punch that the other display technologies do. DLP and D-ILA were very sharp and bright. The RP-CRTs also held their own pretty well I thought, but to my eyes they definitely have a somewhat softer image. Not to mention being huge beasts. One goal was to check out the Toshiba 52HM84 as a replacement candidate for my current 40" Toshiba. It definitely suffered from green-shift, but of us noticed that right away. Anyone have any experience with this set? Can the green be corrected with adjustments? I was otherwise happy with the picture. I was pretty impressed overall with the JVC 52" D-ILA HD52Z575. As good a picture as the Toshiba but without the green problem. Any thoughts there? What's the downside to D-ILA beyond being an unproven technology in the long haul? The other set I really liked was the Samsung DLP that stood on the pedestal stand (don't know the model number). The only problem there is that while the stand might be stylish, it'ts not very practical for my purposes. One of my goals with moving away from CRT is to reclaim the space under the screen to use for the other gear (amp, DVD, ReplayTV, etc). Seems like that would be pretty difficult with that center-post stand.