About 2 months ago I was decided on picking up a 46" DLP to tide me over, something in the $1K range. I dropped that idea mostly because viewing angle is important to me. Now the LCDs are dropping faster than I expected and the 40"-42" are in the same price range. I am fairly sensitive to motion artifacts so LCDs have usually turned me off but I assume that will improve rather quickly with the newer sets that will come out in the following months. My point; other than Plasma, what can really compete with LCD? I know that RPs (LCD, LCoS & DLP) have great pictures and huge screen per dollar but that looks to be quickly fading especially with giants like Sony pushing LCD. I mean, would anyone really pick RP over LCD if the cost were the same? All the current faults (black levels, motion artifacts, jaggies, etc) of LCD will most likely be beat sooner than later and where will that leave RPs?