Hi. After having hell with my 32" Sony HD XBR, I've decided to say goodbye to direct view TV's (when I started, I planned on doing a small HT...nothing big or expensive, but I kinda ended up going the opposite way). Since my TV is fubar'ed (and in the shop right now for the second time), I've decided just to replace it whether it gets fixed or not. The question is, RPTV or FPTV? I have an outstanding audio setup (Cabasse Ki) and need something to go along with that. The only catch is the room is pretty small (seating is only about 8-9 feet from the front wall). So, what should I look at? At such a close viewing distance, should FPTV even be an option? Is screen door gonna be bad? I don't want to spend any more than $5k on this. I've looked at Pioneer RPTV's and Yamaha FP's so far. I saw the Yamaha LPX-500 (LCD based) and it looks pretty durn good (also saw the DPX-1000 and holy wow, but too expensive for me). Any suggestions are welcome, except for Sony (please understand my experience with this TV has ruined them for me). Oh, and I'd rather not a FP that doesn't have either 1280x720 or 1366x768 native resolution. Pro's and con's of both would be great. Thanks!