In about 6 months we'll be replacing our DLP projector when we move. Projectors aren't an option, so we've started looking at new TVs. I am a fan of DLP, as neither my wife nor I see the rainbows, the price for size is the best, and the picture has always looked great to me. However, my wife wasn't enthralled with the viewing angles on the RPTV DLPs we saw. We went to eyeball some sets at Costco, expecting to compare DLP to LCD. Granted Costco isn't the best environment to compare HD monitors, but we were both very underwhelmed with LCD. Nothing looked as sharp, and the screen door effect was very noticeable for me. Some sets looked better than others, but none of them looked as good as plasma. So now we're considering that, which I hadn't expected. I'm trying to decide if we need 1080p or if 720p is good enough (I lean towards going for 1080p), and I'm a bit concerned about burn in. As I understand it, burn-in is better now than it was. I anticipate that the set will be used for TV about 40% of the time (lots of that being sports), gaming about 40% of the time, and movies about 20%. With a decently calibrated set is burn-in something I need to worry about with, say, 3-4 hours of gaming a week? Thanks.