Well, I pulled the trigger on the Best Buy floor model Panasonic pt47wx49 model with the optional screen protector (I figure that I can always remove it later if it is a problem) for $1200.00. Off the bat, the picture on the floor was bad, but so were all the other RPTVs on the feed. However, the TV did have a bad red tint to the image. I ordered a service call today in anticipation of delivery of the TV on Tuesday. Is there anything you guys/gals recommend I should have the tech pay particular attention to while servicing the unit say on Wednesday? Any tips?? I just want to make sure I make the most of this first service call (covered by 4 yr. warranty). BTW, I will be using my Pioneer Elite DV37 to feed the TV. Any recommendations on component video cables? Also, I have read posts recommending the AVIA test disc as a must. Is this still the consensus? My center channel weighs in at 36 pounds. The top of the tv seemed sturdy enough but not sure if I should build a shelf to fit on top of the tv to help spread out the weight over the entire top of the tv? Anything else I should have asked in anticipation of my first RPTV? Thanks in advance.