We are moving into a new house at the end of the month, and my wife has given the go ahead for me to start shopping around for big screen TVs. Based on our budget, I was considering a 50" Samsung DLP, but I'm concerned about how well the screen can stand up to daily life with toddlers. It's easy enough to clean food and the occasional crayon mark from the 32" Sony Wega we have now, but I don't know how resilient a DLP screen is. From what I understand, plasma screens are glass (thus kid-friendly), but I would have to compromise on quality and/or size to fit our budget - something I'd rather not do. Can anyone offer information as to how the screens of various HD sets (DLP, LCD, LCoS, plasma) differ and/or how well they stand up to life with a young family?