Hi, everyone. I currently own a Sony KP-43T70 RP TV, which I've had since early 2000, and which has been a great TV. But, I think it's a little long in the tooth, and I want to be able to sell it while it still has life left in it, and while I can still get a little bit of money for it. This fall I'm going to take the plunge into HDTV, and the two sets I'm currently eyeing are the Panasonic PT-43LC14 43" LCD Projection HDTV, and the Magnavox 32" LCD HDTV Monitor 32MF605W. Both are in my price range (I can find them online and locally for $1500, and maybe by fall the price will drop further), and the size is right for my apartment. I've seen both in action at Circuit City, and each look fantastic. I know Magnavox would lose some viewing area, but the clarity might make up for it. I do have a few questions for anyone who might be experienced with either of these models (keep in mind either TV pretty much maxes my budget): 1) Is bulb burnout really that big of an issue on LCD Projection sets? I don't know if I want to spend $200 on a new bulb every 1.5 years. That would be a plus in the Magnavox side, since I wouldn't have to worry about it. 2) Are LCD Projection TVs susceptible to burn-in at all? I play a lot of Xbox, but never for more than 3 hours at a sitting. 3) Is the picture on the LCD Projection okay out of the box, or am I going to have to get it calibrated and spend a gabrillion dollars? 4) Do flat-panel LCDs handle motion better than they used to, say for video games? 5) my couch is about 10 feet away from my current TV. Would I sit there brokenhearted by the downsize to a 32 inch LCD HDTV? 6) What $$$ can I reasonably expect to get when I sell my Sony? It's in excellent condition. Given my budget ($1500 max before tax), space concerns (46 inches is really the maximum I can go), and what I'll be using it for (video games, DVDs, and occasional HDTV viewing), which TV do you think would be the better overall choice?