I'm in the process of deciding on a display device that will be used as a Stop-gap for my FPTV purchase in a few years(a compromise I made with the SO). While I've been told that we wouldn't buy a CRT based RPTV, I have ruled it out due to cost. The other options(plasma, DLP RPTV, and LCD RPTV) are more costly but are smaller(as far as the bulk of the set). So having not ruled out RPTV's I've decided to due some more research on CRT based RPTV's and see what the individual quirks about them exist such as I know that Toshiba's used to upconvert everything to 540p etc). So does anyone know what quirks exist on these current RPTV's? I'm looking at the 55 or 57" sets and the Toshiba sure looks nice but I'm not aware of the quirks of the set. The Mits's have a less than nice cabinet and I've heard the stretch modes aren't good on them. That and they have some severe red push that needs to be corrected as well(or was that on the old sets?) Can someone help me out here?