I'm currently changing places and have decided to purchase a new TV. My current 32" Phillips TV will take up residence in my bedroom. I really want to get a RPTV, but know that if I plan on getting one of those, I'll have to bring in a professional to calibrate it so I can get my money's worth. This doesn't really jibe well with me because I plan on moving two times within the next two years. Am I correct that I should have it recalibrated after each move? What if I don't have it professionally done, and stick to Avia or VE? Could I still get a great (i.e., near Wega quality) picture out of it? Unfortunately, I don't know much about RPTV's and the only times I've ever seen them were in stores or bars, so I don't think the picture quality was representative of what can really be achieved with these sets. I'll most likely buy a Wega 36" if I don't get the RPTV, so I don't think I'll be disappointed either way. On a related note, what are some suggestions for a RPTV in the $1,500 (US) range. I'm not really concerned with getting an overly big screen, I imagine 47"-50" is the biggest I'd go. Thanks for any info.