Hello, I just wanted to see if anyone had an opinion on this recent reply I received from Sony's technical support. I just purchased a new Sony RPTV (SON KP51WS510)and like any new user have been a little concerned about burn-in. I've calibrated the TV with Avia already but I just thought I would get as many answers as possible about possible burn in anyway. Anyhow..here is the response I received after asking about any possible burn-in tips: "Jody Wells, Thank you for contacting SONY Online Support. When viewing a TV station whose logo always stays on the screen or using TV games, computers and similar products with your projection TV, keep the brightness and contrast functions at low settings. If a fixed (non-moving) pattern such as a station logo is left on the screen for long periods of time, especially at a high brightness or contrast setting, the image can be permanently imprinted onto the screen. These types of imprints are not covered by your warranty because they are the result of misuse. NOTE: There is not an exact time for burn in to occur. If the brightness and contrast are high, burn in will occur in a less amount of time than if the brightness and contrast are low. Burn in occurs gradually over long periods of time. Also, we do not recommend that you play video games on a projection screen television because of the heat created by the three separate picture tubes which may cause the image to burn into the screen of your unit. Many of the video games have a fixed "dashboard" or "console" that displays continuously for several minutes and that would most likely burn an image into the screen of your unit. This is the reason for not recommending that you play video games on a rear projection television. Video games should be used on direct tube units only. Thank you for the opportunity to be of assistance. The SONY Internet Group Online Support and Services Center SSAJ" It seems a little extreme to say "do not play videogames on this unit at all". I don't want to feel like I've just splurged on a TV that I cannot use for one of my favorite pasttimes and I guess all I'm looking for is someone to tell me that they have an RPTV, play games on it all the time, and have had no issues. = ) Thanks in advance for any replies or info.