A friend of mine went to Best Buy and was ready to buy a 55 inch Mitsubishi RPTV for around $2300. When he started to purchase the item, the salesman told him that if he wanted the tv to work properly he needed to buy some special cables (he used some phrase such as "air injected") that I never heard about and also said that he should purchase some set up or maintenance contract for 200 dollars where someone would come and adjust the set every 6 months for a couple of years. I told my friend that he should be able to buy all of the cables he needs (whether just composite or S-video cables for his DVD player, stereo and VHS for $150. I also told him that we could perform the initial set up using Avia as well as any subsequent adjustments unless sometime in the future he decides to get an ISF calibration. What do you folks think?