I found this quote a web site comparing display technologies: "DLP is the world's only all-digital display technology, from start to finish. That means when you have a DLP TV with a DVI or HDMI input, the video signal will remain digital all the way until it is displayed on the screen, contrary to LCD and Plasma displays in which a digital signal will be transformed to analog in the last step." http://features.teamxbox.com/xbox/14...de-to-HDTV/p1/ I was unaware of this, although I agree that DLP can produce some of the cleanest pictures around with unreal color (in a positive way). The drawback for me is that I generally don't like the look of RP pictures because bright areas often show 'screen glitter' which immediately takes me out of the experience I've waited this long, so I'm probably holding out for a ~50-inch 1080p set. I like the 'idea' of an all-digital display, but so far direct-view LCDs & Plasmas look better most of the time (despite analog hit).