Greetings! I'm the owner of a Toshiba 50HX70 and we've had warranty work on it three times now. It JUST died on us a few minutes ago and will now have to go through the Christmas break without it. The problem each time was a defective convergence circuit which needed to be replaced. The last time it was repaired was on Dec 5th, 2005 - so that's twice in one month. The basic effect is that the convergence for one of the three guns is completely off, which makes the image almost completely unwatchable. It's also very frustrating as it happens suddenly and always at the least convenient times. That and it takes over a week for the techs to return the TV (our only TV) back to us. Thank God we bought the extended warranty plan which has covered all costs up to this point - and won't run out until sometime in 2007. So yes, part of this post is venting, and the other part is just plain curiosity: is this a common problem with these sets or are we just that unlucky? When we bought this TV I researched it here on HTF and was confident in the Toshiba brand name. Now, I'm kinda thinking that I'll never buy another Toshiba ever again. Am I being irrational here? I don't know, but would like some feedback from the community. Any HX70 owners out there with any thoughts? - Mike edit: The title is wrong. It's the 50HX70, not the 50XH70. If some wonderful admin would like to make the edit for me, that would help future users making use of the search feature.