I saw the HDLP61W151 61" DLP set at Best Buy last week, and I must say that it was a very nice looking set. Arguably one of the best sets among the big screen sets they had on display. Comparing it to the Samsung 50" I'd say they were about neck and neck. My wife and I are interested in a new set, but I'm interested to know if there's any downside to the RCA or DLP in general. My previous current television is a 32" Sony WEGA that we purchased back in 1998, but it really seems small now, especially since the majority of our use is watching widescreen movies where we lose a lot of real estate. Other than that we just play video games. The kids will get the WEGA when we get a new set and the 20" they're currently using the family room will go somewhere, probably my office. So, is there a downside to the RCA SCENIUM DLP sets or DLP in general? I know there's the issue of bulb replacement, which I'd like to know more about. But other than that I'm fairly ignorant. The local Best Buy price for the 61" was $3999, which isn't bad compared to Samsung's price on their 50" DLP. Thanks in Advance, and Merry Christmas!