Want to know how likely and how long would it take for burn-in to occur on this list of different displays for a variety of video sources. No stretching or manipulating of the image is allowed if it distorts the image (ie 4:3 content in stretch mode for widescreen RPTVs) unless the video feed is intended to be manipulated (ie DVDs in 16:9 mode on a 4:3 TV). The list of displays to compare would be: 1) 4:3 Direct-view TVs (I'd assume HD capable and analog would have the same burn-in behavior, correct me if i'm wrong) 2) 16:9-Widescreen Direct-view TVs 3) 4:3 CRT RPTVs 4) 16:9 CRT RPTVs 5) LCD 16:9 displays (not projectors) 6) DLP 16:9 displays (not projectors) 7) Plasma 16:9 displays 8) LCD 16:9 projectors (same burn-in behavior as LCD displays?) 9) DLP 16:9 projectors (same burn-in behavior as DLP displays?) The video sources to be used for burn-in testing would be: A) 4:3 Television feeds (satellite,cable) B) 16:9 Television feeds (satellite,cable) C) 16:9 DVDs D) 4:3 gaming (Xbox, Gamecube, PS2, etc) E) 16:9 gaming (Xbox, Gamecube, PS2, etc) I really need the scoop on burn-in behavior for all these displays because I play a lot of games. I know you can get around burn-in with RPTVs with adjustments to contrast/brightness and taking breaks from playing games but I just don't want to deal with any fiddling or adjustments.. period. If adjustments are required for the other displays as well then I probably wouldn't mind getting an RPTV, but I'm looking for a display where realistically in regular use I wouldn't have to worry about burn-in at all. Need honest, objective, descriptive answers. Will be an expensive purchase so please .... need help!