Hello, although I visited here regularly a few years ago, I've been distracted away from HT-goodness for too long and I'm looking to get back into it a bit. I plan on upgrading my home theater some time this year and I am a little out of touch. I am not looking to start a flame war on brand "A" vs. brand "B" but honestly, I LOOKED in the various forums here and elsewhere and just could not find the kind of info I was looking for. So here is my thinking so far... With the horrendous prices on DLP, Plasma, and LCDs, (I've already dismissed "regular" HDTVs...) and the fact that I won't even consider something smaller than 60", I am thinking that now may be the time to go for a front projection system. So, I am looking for opinions or places where I can get reviews on the best high-end, medium, and low-end front projection HDTVs. I've seen some positive things on Sharp, Infocus, etc. on the low-end, and the Marantz S3 on the high end, but I wanted a broader perspective than what I've gathered so far. On a side note, I have read about OLEDs and "Liquid Crystal on Silicon" technology from Intel, and I believe that these will likely mean dramatically improved quality and decreased prices for these types of products, even within this year. So some questions that come to mind: Is the Marantz the consensus for the best high-end? What are the other competitors here? What are some mid-range options? What are the major feature and quality differences? What about the low-end? I've read a few threads on these here, and people seem to be quite satisfied with projectors in the sub $2K range. Would I be? Whatever I get next will have to last me a long time. Is there so much changing this year that I really need to wait until '05? Well, lots more I could say, but hopefully this will get the ball rolling... Thanks!