Hello all, First I wanted to say that this site rocks. I'm not the most savvy when it comes to hdtv technology (or home theater equipment in general) - I mean sure i know the basics i suppose but damn there's a lot of info that can be gathered Regardless, I'm looking for everyone's feedback here regarding hdtvs. I'm hoping to get an HDTV in the spring time of next year (earliest would be january) and I'm hoping to stay within the 3K and under range. I have not yet seen it - but I've heard a ton of praises for the Toshiba HDX82 cinema series from a coworker here that used to deal with HDTV's at an AV store, not to mention a bunch of folks on here that have been saying nothing but good things about the toshibas in general. While I haven't yet seen the toshiba first hand before making an opinion of my own on it, I did have a few concerns that came up. Mainly - the upconversion to 540 from the 480i/480p but more importantly an issue shared with all hdtv's, the potential to burn in images. I've heard that the toshibas move around the image about an inch or so over the course of an hour, but still that does not eliminate this risk from what i've been told. I will be using this television for DVD's and television viewing of course, but especially for a lot of videogame playing so I do share that all too common fear of having the 'health bar' or 'score' of a videogame be permanantly etched in which would suck. This lead me to check out other viable options. I've heard that DLP technology is less prone to being burnt in (if at all). Can someone verify this? With this in mind, I started searching around for DLP sets in this price range and were big (~50"). I've only found two DLP Tv's in general - the mitsubishi which is inredibly expensive and huge, and the new samsungs coming out. It turns out that in general, this technology is seems expensive but the Samsung seems quite affordable all things considered (~3200 or so I've seen for the 50" DLP model at one place). Does anyone know how Samsungs fare in general with HDTV's? I've not heard much about them, but I have heard a few people anticipating these new sets. Additionally, how does the image quality in general of the DLP sets compare to standard HDTV's? Are they similar? If the Samsungs are great quality, durable, and aren't prone to burn ins - this may be a great choice for me. Any feedback anyone can give me regarding all of this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot!