Hi All, I am looking to get my feet wet with an HDTV. One set I'm looking at is a sony CRT 34" HDTV 16:9 FD Trinitron WEGA (KD-34XBR960) - yes, I know tubes are fat, bulky, and old school, but my motivations are several: 1. The BEST HDTV pic quality is still via CRT (so, I've read) - not to mention reliability 2. COST! the set is about $1,300 - very cheap entry level into HDTV in view of #1 above. Also, this set has built in tuner and HDMI, but only 1080i 3. I play xbox 360 video games, so I don't want to get an LCD as I am told refresh rates are not optimal for gaming and plasma may still have "burn-in" issues (is this still true?) I just don't want to spend $3k for an HDTV set that although may be a lot bigger than the 34" CRT, does not have as good a picture qaulity for video gaming, HDTV programming, etc ,etc. Besides, when I do get a plasma/LCD/or that new toshiba technology (SED?) a couple of years down the road, I could retire the CRT to a smaller room and get a flat screen then. Can someone let me know if I'm making sense here and offer suggestions/corrections to my thought process, especialy before I buy this set? Thanks!