I love my 65" Toshiba DLP. Really I do. BUT. . . We just moved into a new house, and the layout is such that my wife can't see the TV from the kitchen due to the essentially perpendicular viewing angle. So she wants a flatscreen with a wider viewing angle. (Fortunately our new bedroom is large enough to handle the old 65". ) I have no idea what to get or where to buy it. I'd probably lean toward Costco, if they have an appropriate model. The requirements: 1. 65" diagonal at a minimum. The larger the better. 2. Flatscreen (I assume that LED is superior to regular LCD, and that plasma sets of this size are ridiculously heavy. Does that make sense?). 3. I think the price limit would be around $2000 unless there's a REALLY good reason to stretch a little further. 4. 3D would be nice but is not necessary. The room has lots of glass facing south and southwest -- it's pretty bright during the day. As for brand, I'm not really sure how they stack up these days. I hear some complaints about Samsung's customer service and Panny's PQ. Should I be leaning toward Sharp? Thoughts?