Hey guys, Here is my second help thread, the first being my audio receiver thread. What I am looking for, and I know there must be tons of people with opinions on this, is the best damn 50-60 inch HDTV money can buy. I know that sounds really unrealistic and I’m not really out to spend $10K on a TV, but I know there are tons of people on these forums with great value TVs with little or no repercussions. I’ve owned my 1080p 37 inch HD LCD for almost a year and have loved it, but I am now going to be solely using it as my PC monitor and need a replacement for PS3, HD-DVD and TV. I have been staying far away from DLP over the past couple of months because I think it’s ridiculous how short lived some of them have been. Their reputation is it will work for 500 hours, burn out, and will need to be replaced for additional $600 for all eternity. That to me is mind boggling why people would want to continue to pay for their TV, after they pay for it. I could be wrong now. Technology has improved and maybe DLP has come along way. Has it? Do I still need to worry about only 1000 viewing hours in comparison to my LCD’s 60,000 user hours? I heard they have conquered the burn in phenomenon. Is this true as well? So I ask the members here for advice and opinions on the newer DLP Tvs, Rear Projection, Projection, and everything in between. The time has come for an upgrade and I want it to be a great one. Things that are important to me: Reliability Clarity HDMI input Thanks in advance. -steve edit: I've been looking at this Sony KDS50A2000 50 Inch Grand Wega 1080P Sxrd Rear Projection HDTV reviews seem to be very good. ideas? thoughts? comments?