Hey all, just wanted to see if i could get a few outside views on my current new tv deliberation. I was looking at several of the newer technologies, particularly the Sony SXRD (60") and the JVC HD-ILA (70"). I also like the new Mitsu 1080p DLP but i think that both the Sony and the JVC beat out the Mitsu (IMO) so they are the top contenders right now, particularly the JVC. However, im struggling because of the price of the new sets. At ~$4500, i could either get: A)1 new-tech tv or B)a 65" RP CRT (Mitsu), an ISF calibration, a 5ch amp for my surround sound, an SVS subwoofer, an Xbox 360, a new upconverting DVD player, a Harmony remote and one or two other small things that ive been wanting. Hence the struggle. I cant afford a new-technology tv and all that other stuff. I primarily watch DVDs and DirecTV. Whenever i do make my TV decision, i will be getting both an HD cable box (Time Warner) as well as an HD DirecTV box for football (NFL Sunday Ticket). Heres my main question: Would a CRT with a high quality ISF calibration be comparable to a new-tech TV? Thanks guys. Any help you can provide will be a big relief for me.