Finished my basement and have a large space for a large screen TV. Was planning on going 16:9, HDTV, 47" or 53". Was also looking at the Panny 53wx52 or 47wx52. I don't know what, but something about them catches my eye. Price seems good too. I am buying it mainly for the DVD experience and HDTV (when the costs of the recievers drops). For now, I will be watching Direct TV (non-HD box) and DVD's. BUT, studying here and thus, finding the Panny TV site, has got me scared. All the fixes, adjustments and calibrations have me a tad bit worried/overwhelmed. I expected the color and convergence adjustments, but I thought this was all a TV menu driven adjustment, TV telling me what to do. I read about the HTTU and AVIA dvd's and that doesn't sound too bad. But the Red Push, e focus, m focus and other internal stuff worries me (not that I fully understand what all of those are). Now I know the Panny site would make it seem like Panny's are bad, since it's only Panny TV's, but am I just getting scared from information overload?? Is owning a RPTV as difficult as all the reading makes it sound? For my actual question: Are the Panny's I listed above pretty good and reliable? I assume that all the fixes may not be necessary (depending on how picky I am). Should I go ahead and buy and enjoy, or would I be better off to consider other brands (and which ones)? Thanks for the help. The wealth of information here amazes me!!!