Hey guys, I've finally decided that it's time to look into a monitor for my bedroom and so far, it looks as though I've settled with LCD technology. I haven't given much attention or research to this yet, so I'm really starting from scratch here and hoping that you'll be able to help me narrow down the options and find the right screen. I'm looking to optimally spend in the $2.5k price range, give or take, but remaining under the 3,000 mark. I would ideally be looking at an aaprox. 32" screen size and no less. The only requirements: HDTV Ready. HDMI/DVI Input. Slender and Sleek Design. It is for my bedroom (wall-mounted and aaprox. 85" - 100" directly opposite my bed), and will almost exclusively be used to watch DVD's. I have an extremely high-end DLP projection H.T. room setup down the hallway (I live in a 1240 sq. ft. condo) so you can guess that's where most of my nightly movie screenings have and will take place. The sole purpose of this purchase would be for casual watching, mostly during the morning, daytime and afternoon, or when I'm too tired to setup the projector and just want to lie in bed and doze off with a movie. I realize that I've been wasting a lot of lamp life on my DLP with content that really isn't necessary for 100" theater projection, such as supplemental and extra movie features, interviews, TV shows, Saturday morning cartoon DVD's, etc. I can't afford to spend $700 every 6 months to replace the bulb! I should also note, that I do not have cable, or television at all for that matter right now. I'm not certain that I have much interest in this in future either. My time spent in front of the TV will be almost strictly limited to DVD viewing. Moreso, I will be using the LCD as an alternative to projection for DVD TV series, television documentaries, non-theatrical cartoons, etc. so I guess another strong issue, is that makes for a lot of standard 4x3 (1.33:1) content, and I would need a monitor that handles ALL aspect ratios adeptly. Anyways, I'm really not sure where to start? I certainly don't want to invest nearly as much time or effort into this as I did my H.T. room. I expect quality regardless, and as a videophile, initially had certain concerns regarding the inherent setbacks to LCD technology such as black levels, pixelization, shimmering, screen door effect, etc. I know that pixelization and a soft image will bother me the most. This is my pet peeve when it comes to viewing. I would like to get your advice on what products are available in my price range and within my specifications, that would offer all the necessary features I'm looking for and also offer the highest image quality with deepest black levels. Again, I'm not looking to stress my options as I did with my H.T., much of the viewing content will be of lower-res video based material.. But I always want the best quality for my money, and on those occassions when I do chose to screen movies, I want to try and achieve the most "filmic" looking picture, if that's possible. Can you guys help with suggestions on models and manufacturers to look into? I've read countless reviews and declarations citing Sharp to be top of their game. I'd really appreciate any feedback you guys can offer.. Thanks a ton!