The Sony's have been catching my eye quite a bit lately and then last night I got to tweek a Panasonic PT-60LC14 and I have to admit, it was an extremely impressive Display. Only tested with DVD, but man was it good. The owner didn't have any widescreen DVD's, so I took the Jurasic Park and Indy Jones Box sets over for testing. Black levels seemed very deep, viewing angles were impressive, color depth was what I'll label as rich. Color and Grey scale tracking did seem a little odd though. You had to go back and forth quite a bit between the levels of Color, Tint, brightness, and Picture(Contrast) because they all seem to effect one another in some way. Not at all like the CRT Projection I am used too. The SDE I had noticed up close at CC on it, seemed completely gone in the home. Maybe a hint of macroblocking (not sure, but this is what I call it) apparent on foggy / misty scenes. The cheapo DVD player, didn't seem to pass blacker than black at all. I ended up once again not using 480p from the player as it seemed so much better using 480i via component video letting the Display do the de-interlacing. I can say, that I brought these two box sets over, to really look at the detail in all the dark scenes in them, I found the display and the cheapie DVD player to do an extra-oridnary job during the dark scenes throughout these movies. Like in J.Park III where he and the boy are inside the Tanker Truck, I found the level of detail back in the shadows to be glorious. I really think I am getting more and more sold on this technology way over DLP, I have not got to really play with LCOS though.