I am about to press the Buy button on a Mits ws-65815. Am i a fool???

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  1. SteveNixon

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    Looks so nice and is in the upper end of my price range...I was tryint to wait for this whole Intel LCOS thing to materialize but am losing my patience.

    Anybody with any experience with this set?
     
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    That is a top rated set, and I am still totally in love with CRT technology as far as displays go.

    I say order away and enjoy your new experience....
     
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    It's on indefinite hold. Order away with confidence. If you need setup help, just let us know.
     
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    thanks for the feedback.

    one more question, the 73 incher for about 500 more still is tempting - does the 815 offer a much higher quality picure than the 73? From the look of the casing the 815 looks more impressive - to me anyway.
     
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    Hmm hard call.... All the Mitsu's perform very well from my experiences. I would equally suggest either one myself.

    Note the size of the 73"'r, most have problems getting it where they want it. Through doorways, hallways, down stairs, ect..ect...

    best of luck. The thing I really like about the 73"'r, is you really are aproaching screen sizes typically reserved for front projection with all the benefits of rear projection. (being able to view with lighting bright enough to read by)
     

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