Well, the ol' 55513 kicked the bucket -- didn't even last 4 years. (The main circuit board is fried -- over $1100 to get it fixed.) I haven't been paying much attention to the TV market for the past few years, but it's time to jump back in with both feet! Here's what I'm looking for: Under $2000 (street) 55" or larger 1080p Not front projection (the room just isn't dark enough) Good daytime viewing (i.e., a low-glare screen) Built-in OTA HD tuner (for use with a regular set-top antenna) Side-by-side PIP A good 4:3 stretch mode that doesn't cut off the closed captions Low sensitivity to burn-in (we use captions and play some video games) Multiple HDMI inputs A front-panel SD slot for photo viewing RELIABLE!!! Preferably something that won't require an expensive bulb replacement in a couple of years (although LCDs in my size range don't appear to be in my price range ) Also, I'd like to get a decent surge suppressor or line conditioner in order to avoid future burnouts (I have a decent surge box, but the repair guy thought that maybe a number of very small surges over a long period of time that didn't trip the breaker but weakened components in the TV may be to blame -- will a line conditioner help with that problem?). Preferably something not too expensive. Any recommendations? I see a few intriguing Samsungs at Costco, but don't know much about them.