I've read many discussions (that usually turn into angry arguments) why 720p is better than 1080i and arguments why 1080i is better than 720p. I've read that 720p is better for fast motion, and 1080i is better to show more detail if there isn't fast motion. Some people think it's a life and death argument...others feel that but resolutions look great. I've also read that black levels, color vividness, contrast ratios are more important than the difference between 720p and 1080i because at the average distance, most people don't really benefit from the resolution increase. Anyway, I'm looking to buy a 50 inch flat TV sometime witin the next few months. I'm just looking for something that will be a good value and something flat that I can hang on my wall. At that size, I think plasma is more reasonably priced than LCD. (I'm eyeing up the 50 inch Panasonic plasma models) Most of the "affordable" (obviously subject to opinion) plasma displays out have the approximate number of pixels to display 720p, but not 1080i natively. There really aren't any options for plasmas that natively displays 1080 lines. So here's my question to those of you who have 720p TVs...Are you happy with them?...or do you wish you waited for 1080? Can you even really tell the difference when you walk into a store and watch something in 1080?...or does 720p just look great to you? There's always the "wait for something better" mentality...but you could wait your whole life! At some point you have to dive in. So let us all know...are you happy with your 720p TV?...or do you wish you had waited?