I'm ready to replace my 40" widescreen Samsung (plh403W), and went out to SoundTrack to check out their X-Mas in July sale. I have a 10' viewing distance, and the calculator site says I can go up to something like 75" (sounds ridiculously huge for such a small space to me). I went in with the idea of test driving 3... Mitsubishi WT46809 tabletop. Panasonic PT47WX51 The new JVC I-Art AV48WP30 The JVC has DVI/HDCP built in, so if I want to, I could buy into D-Theater. The salesman didn't know if the Panny & Mitsu could be capable. The JVC is also SILVER! ICK!:p) I then started looking at the Mitsu WS55819, and approximated my viewing distance to them, it looked very doable. ALso, I saw the Panny PT56WX51 which was a bit more grainy, but had more natural flesh tones than the Mitsu. I tweaked the Mitsu a bit, but didn't get it just right. My question is, should I go with the 55 or 56" jobs, or stick with the sub-50" TVs? I have a real aversion to artifacting, and EE. I know they will be more noticeable on the larger ones, but at a 10' viewing distance, would it be acceptable? JVC either doesn't make a 50+ TV with DVI, or the store doesn't carry it. I also have a Panny RP-91. My Samsung just can't be bothered with it. My next TV must be able to accept a PS signal. Thanks in advance.