I'm hoping to get some clarification. The XBR10 is an edge-lit, white LED, 1080P wireless TV. Is it the official replacement of the XBR8? If so, it would confirm that Sony has abandoned its local-dimming, Tri-Luminous, LED technology. If this is the next generation of Sony's top-of-the line, consider me disappointed. It was a happy day when the set-top-box was done away with and tuners were incorporated into TVs. Now Sony has taken it out again! I don't want another box to deal with! Plus, I can't figure out if, or where the speakers are on this thing. If it does actually have speakers, I'm sure they sound terrible. Is reducing thickness so important as to compromise the TV in so many other ways? And the price? Is this their attempt to compete with Samsung? Sony are making it harder for me to want one of their TVs.