Alright, Here is the situation. I have approximately 2000 dollars to spend on this unit but would prefer to spend less if possible. I was looking at minimum of 50" tv, preferably one of the thinner technologies as opposed to CRT. I was looking ideally at like a 61" or something, but I don't really know what my options are. This TV will be used for probably a good long while. It will be in my dorm this year, so lighting will be very dark at night, and pretty light during the day. Sitting distance from tv will be approximately 8-12 feet away. DVI connection to me is pretty important as I will be hooking my computer up once in awhile. I would also like HDMI I suppose too, but that isn't a huge deal if not possible. What I am getting at is for my primary television source I will be using DVI, for my DVD player I will probably just use high-quality component cables. I would prefer to spend 1500 or less, but I don't know if the quality difference is going to be huge there. Any options or thoughts that you can provide on this situation will be extremely appreciated!! I play a lot of xbox, but have never done so on anything bigger than a 20" tv. I have read about lag and would prefer not to have lagging as I play mostly sports games. I like my dads 50" samsung dlp. I believe it is the 50" version of HLP6163W. Speaking of HLP6163W, I am looking into this right now and think it looks pretty good, but there seem to be some issues with xboxs and lag and such. Any input would be appreciated!! How are the JVC LCOS for gaming?