I have a 11 year old Mitsubishi 37" Direct-View TV. Its been real good over the years, but its been showing its age. The colors are kinda screwed up and unnatural, the black level has turned to gray (not dark gray, GRAY!), and some other weird stuff is happening to it. So we're thinking of buying a new TV. We've been thinking about it for awhile, but still not sure. The 53HX71 is a 4:3 HD-Ready TV. Im getting a 4:3 since about 80% of my family's viewing is in 4:3. anyways, does anybody have any info/reviews of this TV? Do you think its smart to buy it right now? will the prices go down anytime soon? I mean, i really want a new TV, but kinda apprehensive in getting my family (ie, my dad) to spend all that money. Are toshiba's good TVs? Worth the money? Would you replace the TV if you were in my position? I've got a deal for $3,162 + $35 Delivery + 14% Tax at futureshop (bestbuy now). They said that if the price goes down from now until like a week after Xmas, they'll give us the difference, but i dunno bout the fine print on that. If i do get this, i can either see if i can get the local ISF tech (more on that later) to calibrate it, or buy AVIA and calibrate it with that. But if i do it myself with Avia, how close to a ISF calibration will it be? 80%? 70%? When i get it home, what should i do with it? For $3,162 it doesnt come with calibration, but at a local TV store, i saw it a month ago for about $3,500 with free delivery and ISF Calibration. It might've gone down in price, or they might gimme a better price since I kinda know the ISF Tech there. What do you guys think? Please reply!