In 2006, I bought a Sony 50" KDS-R50XBR1 with a 4 year warranty. It's been a great TV, but it started displaying a greenish hue in the center of the screen. I called the repair service, the guy came out, and said the repair was going to cost over $1,000. The warranty company decided to replace it instead of fixing it. They are offering me two options: 1. A Mitsubishi WD-60735 DLP 60" 3D-Ready 1080p set, or any TV on Tigerdirect.com for $1,200 or less. OR 2. A check for $1,100. I'm a little reluctant to go with the DLP, but that may be purely based on bad or biased information. There's not much that's comparable to my Sony for $1,200 on tigerdirect, so I'm inclined to get the check for $1,100 and add a little money to that and buy an LCD. That said, I don't have to have a slim TV, I have a TV stand that the Sony was on that has more than enough space for the Mits or anything else. Like I said, I'm not 100% opposed to the Mits, I'm just not sure how true the rumors are on costly and frequent repairs. So, would you take the Mits, find something on tigerdirect for $1,200, or take the $1,100 and add another $300 or so and buy something else?