OK, I've got a bit of a situation here. I bought a 40 inch LG rear projection TV the other day. Long story short, I have to take it back... at the store, I was told that it had 720p, and it DOESN'T... naturally, I'm frustrated and I'm taking it back. I've had a bit of problems with it, anyway. First off, I bought it STRICTLY for gaming... I don't care about watching DVDS, or HDTV channels, or anything like that. I have Xbox, PS2 and Gamecube... Xbox looks good on it. However, when I play PS2 (with component cables), even the games that do support 480p, there is way too much motion blur when the screen is moving too fast. I don't know if anyone here has played Transformers, but it's an extremely detailed game, with huge environments. Well, the motion blur during fast driving sequences is unbearable. Standing still, it looks great. Even the Xbox has some quirks... it's very subtle, but you can see lines ''ghosted'' or trailing when, again, there's lots of movement. Skating fast in ESPN Hockey... you'll see the blue/redlines with a subtle trailer behind them as they scroll across the clear ice surface. Rallisport Challenge 2- you can see the same phenomena happening with trees that are against clear sky. It stands out against that background. I don't generally notice the motion blur problem with the Xbox, unless I look for it... but trails and (I think) ghosts are visible with a little searching. Much moreso than my old TV (regular, run of the mill 20 incher). I know that an HDTV this size will bring out all the flaws and artifacts and things, and I accept that. I'm no graphics whore, and jaggies are fine with me. But generally, Xbox looks pretty good, though not perfect... and PS2 is a blurry mess. I went back to play on my 20 incher to look for the things I'm noticing on the HDTV, and I didn't notice them. I've heard there are calibration DVDS and things like that. Obviously, I don't have one. I've only had this TV for 4 days, and it's going back on Saturday. Anyway, so when I take this thing back to the store, I'm going to have to get another one. Keep in mind, this is STRICTLY for video gaming. I just want what's best for that kind of movement and display. No blurring or anything like that. You really notice it in games, moreso than movies and things. It disrupts the experience. Should I be looking at CRT, as opposed to the other types? That seems to be the general consensus from the people I've talked to. Better for gaming. I don't mind the bulky size or anything. Looks and aesthetics are a non-issue. Is it possible to get a TV with (roughly) the following specifications.... they're ALL a necessity for me... I need one with all these features, or bust. 1- widescreen 2- 30-35 inches 3- 480i/480p/720p/1080i 4- and I'm assuming I should be looking at a CRT. That's what I've been told from a couple of very helpful and knowledgeable people. But I do like to ask around and get different views and recommendations. I paid 2000 for my rear projection, and I'm willing to pay more if I HAVE too... what would I expect to pay for a CRT TV with the above specs? Does anyone have any suggestions, or any input at all?