I have purchased a Toshiba 65" Wide Screen, the 65H82 and it will be delivered later this week. This was to replace my 53" SONY HDTV, because the SONY is giving me some odd light reflections during certain DVD's. The light sometimes goes off the black bars in widescreen format, and produces a faint glow below the bars. I am told these are "internal light reflections" from the TV and can be fixed by opening the TV and putting a cloth in the set. I am REFUSING to do this, as it is a brand-new, expensive tv. Now, I'm reading about the Toshiba's 540p upconversion from 480p and the artifact problems and I am having second thoughts...and thinking about sticking with my SONY. Anyone have any feedback? Is there another practical solution to fix the SONY? Is the 540 upconversion problematic enough, so that I may decide to trade one problem for another? In other words, if the Toshiba has probs of its own...maybe I should just stick with my SONY???