Hi. I have a dilema. I bought a Toshiba 57hx83 floor model from Leon's last week. Based on my on-line research, I was very keen on this particular model. Yes, it was a floor model, but I was told that it was the only one left in Canada, so I decided to buy it for $2100 CAD. Here's the problem: After the TV was delivered, I noticed burn-ins on the top and bottom of the TV... The burn-ins were not noticable at first, but when I sat back and started flipping channels, it was definitely noticable on certain channels. The burn in's are faint barely noticable horizontal strips on the top and bottom of the TV that are the same shape/size of the black strips on the top/bottom when you are watching a widescreen DVD. So I called Leon's the next day to inform them of the burn-in. They sent a tech guy out to examine the TV. The tech guy confirmed that the TV was burnt in. He informed Leon's that the blue and green tubes needed to be replaced. So now, instead of repairing the TV, Leon's is offering a refund on the TV. They are saying that since burn-in is not covered under manufacturers warranty, they can't repair the TV, they can only offer a refund. Normally I would take the refund, but I love this TV, and they don't have any more 57HX83's in stock, since the model is discontinued. They have a theatrewide 57" for $2200, but it's not the cinema series, and it also doesn't have the pegasus guns. Even the Leon's sales guy told me that the picture on the theatrewide is not as good as the 57HX83. So... What should I do? Should I pay an extra $100 to get the new theatrewide, which is an inferior TV? They also have the new cinema series TV for $2700, but it doesn't have the pegasus guns. So should I pay an extra $600 for the new cinemawide? Should I keep the TV, and pay for the new tubes myself? HELP!!! Advice NEEDED!!!