My wife (who is legally blind) has been talking to someone online who is also legally blind. Contrary to what some people believe, blind people do care about TVs. ;-) Her friend has a cabinet that can handle a 37"-wide TV and needs to find a TV that he can watch. He has some sight, but he has a condition that makes his brain tire by watching the pixels get painted. Of course he can't discern the pixels, but his brain can. So, after a few minutes watching TV he gets a headache. I figure he needs some type of TV that paints the image in a different manner. If I understand traditional TVs, they scan the pixels to paint them. I believe a plasma screen does something different (that's why a laptop screen can be filmed easier than a TV monitor right?). Any ideas? I don't think this person is looking to spend tons of dough on a TV like he would for a plasma. I'm just hoping to offer him some direction in his search. On a similar vein, I have been talking to my wife about what she needs for a TV. She has some sight (20 over 600-800 in both eyes). She thinks a bigger TV would solve her problem! So, I'm going to continue to do my search. I'd love to get a 65-incher, but I think I'm going to be looking in the 43-57 range.