Hey everyone, This is my first post, and while I have been researching for the past month, I have some questions I just can't get consistent answers on. I am looking to get a 50-55" new widescreen HDTV. I definitely want 1080P. Until today I was convinced that I wanted the Sharp Aquos 52" LCD. This was because it had such a bright picture at Best Buy and Circuit City. Then I went to the stores again today, and noticed that if you put your finger on the screen in distorts like my cell phone screen. This will be a big problem with 2 little boys. So, I logged on here for some help, and while waiting for my activation read through all the other threads and became disconcerted by all of the talk about in-store settings being too hot. So, this means that my choice was probably based upon a terrible setting on the in store display! Anyway, here is my situation and needs. Can someone tell me what to get? LCD, DLP, Plasma, Sony SXRD? -2 Children that WILL touch the screen -1080P is a MUST -Looking for 46"-55" -Afternoon sun shines directly on screen where TV MUST be located through uncoverble windows (Hence my need for a bright picture) -TV will be located in a corner of the room (3 walled room, open to doorway, left wall fireplace, middle wall has windows, right wall is solid with couch) -By the above you can see why the TV has to go in a corner as I have nowhere to hang it (unless I put it above the fireplace which makes it really tough for my kids to watch the ever-annoying Wiggles) -Is SXRD better than DLP? The guy at Best Buy said the pushing the LCD screen won't hurt it, but I trusted this guy about a far as I could throw him. Help! P.S. I also want a new receiver that will cover 1080P switching with upconversion. Looking at Onkyo TXSR804 because of problems I heard with Denon A/V synching. Any opinions?