Well, especially now that I've seen the actual prices for the Best Buy sale tomorrow (and financing options), I am going to be finally getting one of these bad boys (Panasonic 47wx53), and I imagine, as long as I don't run into the dreaded "Evil Pop" I should be very happy with it. I can't wait to start rewatching DVDs I own and spending way too much buying new ones. I'm going to be gone some of this week so I'm having it delivered next monday (or later) when I return so my heathen roommates can't get their hands on it before I properly drop brightness/contrast and all that. In fact, hopefully my preordered copy of Digital Video Essentials will be here by then and I can do some calibration as soon as I get it (or as soon as its recommended?) So I guess to make this post a little more than "Hooray for me, I'm finally buying a TV!" (though I do owe my decision almost entirely to HTF for leading me to this specific TV and making me confident in my purchase) I'll ask one quick little question. I know you're not supposed to converge it until something like 20 minutes after its on, but I seem to remember something else about not doing service level convergence until a certain amount of time? I plan to eventually do service-level but will probably be happy with the 9-point for awhile. So, how long should I wait before I do service level convergence, and is there any reason to wait any amount of time before using Digital Video Essentials on it? Thanks.