Hi everyone. I was hoping you could narrow down my search for a rear projection HD-Reay Widescreen TV. Here's what I'm looking for: - at most 50 inches (looking for a 46" or 47"). - rear projection - decent amount of inputs - HDTV Ready (I'll get my decoding from a settop box or satellite) That's it. I want to keep the price around $1,500. I would also like to purchase from a chain store (ie. BestBuys or CircuitCity). They usually have reasonible prices with excellent credit terms (2 years no interest, free delivery). Could you recommend a set that meets the above criteria? I saw a Sony (KP-46WT500) and ToshibaT (46H83) TVs that seemed to meet the above. I'm not sold on these two TV's. They came up on CNET Reviews. Any recommendations with Web reviews will be greatly appreciated. Also, could someone please explain which type of HD input is desireable today? Isn't there an input that will accept future HD devices (I thought it was going to be firewire or i-Link per Sony)? I know of component level inputs and S-Video inputs. What is this DVI input I saw for one TV set? Going on Pricescan.com you can search for DVI or DVI-HDCP inputs. What's the difference between the two? Thanks, oharag PS Please keep your recommendations to rear projection TV's only. I can not afford LCD, OLED, Plasma, et al... Also keep the price range in mind. I like the 46-47 inch range. Easier to move, and large enough to be bigger than my 31" tube TV.