Do direct view sets need time to break in like RPTVs? I'm asking because I picked up a Wega 32fs13 last Monday and it looked pretty good after minor color/brightness/tint adjustments. However, I was doing a little extra calibration last night and noticed some brightness issues along the top and a slight funhouse effect common to a lot of Wegas. The thing is, I didn't see this stuff when I did my initial calibration. Is it possible that the TV is "breaking-in" and that the image is changing slightly as I amass more hours on the set? Or do direct views stay pretty much the same out of the box? It would truly suck if an unbearable problem came up after the 30 day return period was up. As of now, I can deal with the minor problems that already exist, but one more problem and I'll return the thing right quick. Thanks.