This is extending from a previous discussion about Mitsu TV's and the different models at different retails all within the same series. Now I am debating between a Mitsu Platinum 55" (from Domes in Chesapeake) for 2799 (extended warranty is 500 for 5 years), and a Pioneer 53" for 2500 (Audio Connection, VA Beach, next one down from Elite - the dealer told me the Elite wasn't worth the extra money and at the time didn't know it wasn't in our price range so he's clearly on the level). The Mitsu has an HDTV tuner which is only good for terrestrial broadcasts making it useless for DishNetwork which requires their own HD tuner (at around 500-600), same goes for Cox HD broadcasts (PBS might be an exception). So the question is, they are both good TV's, I am impressed with the calibration options the end-user has on the Mitsu (RGB, multi-point convergance etc.,) I'm not sure if the Pioneer has these same options yet. Anyone have any opinions on the two makes/models? Thanks!