Okay. Here's the deal. I believe I've decided on my next TV purchase (which will take place in or around April of next year). It's going to be a Widescreen RPTV, as I believe (IMHO, of course) that a Widescreen Hi-Def RPTV picture has all but surpassed the mediocre direct views in comparison. I've checked out a lot of different TV sets (Mitsubishis are my favorite for their incredible picture). Problem is, there is no way I'd be able to get a 55" Mits. up the stairs and into my already cluttered room. So, I've decided on the Toshiba 42H82 (or H83 if they are releasing newer models next year). I have a couple questions for those that have the set: 1. How much bigger is the picture on a 42" 16x9 set when compared to the picture on a 32" 4x3 set? Specifically, the set I have now is a Sony WEGA KV-32FV27. Of course, if you didn't upgrade from a 32" to a 42" then you don't need to answer this question. 2. My next big audio upgrade (slated for Fall of next year) will be Paradigm Speakers (Reference Studio 40s for fronts, 20s for surrounds, and Studio CC for center channel -- also considering an SVS subwoofer). My question concerning the center channel is will the Tosh be able to handle supporting the speaker on top of the TV? 3. I have read many cases where people have highly praised the Toshiba line of RPTVs. However, I am looking for confirmation that I have made the correct decision. Also a couple questions concerning the dreaded Toshiba upconversion via Progressive Scan Component Inputs: Does it really introduce that many artifacts into the picture? Would they be noticeable for a videophile like me? Or are the artifacts generated by the upconversion simply too small to be detected by the naked eye? Thanks in advance for answers to these questions! EDIT: Also, it would be helpful if I could see photos of members' home theaters (specific links would be best, although I'll search them out if I have to) with the above TV. It would be nice if the photos had the above audio setup as well. That's just so I can drool over my upcoming purchases.