Sometime in the future I might be coming into money through a settlement. I want to figure out what TV to get, I have been dreaming of a nice WS HDTV for years now, and it looks like I might be getting one. But I am having trouble finding one that meets my high standards. My price range is 2,000-4,000, I am looking for something in a screen size 45"-50". Of course it needs to be 16X9. Here's what I am looking for: 1: Black bars for displaying 4:3 content. Grey bars are just too distracting. 2: DVI Input, as I plan on getting one of those snazzy DVD players that upgrades regualr DVDs to HD. 3: Picture modes so I can zoom in on old non-anamorphic discs like The Abyss and Widescreen TV shows like Stargate SG-1 instead of watching the movies in a tiny box with letter and window boxes. And of course anamorphic video support, which I think is defualt anyway. 4: Good picture for analog cable, as that's all I have (and probably won't upgrade due to glitchy digital cable in my area and the fact that the TV will be payed for in one shot, and then I will go back to being broke and can't afford digital cable/sattilite or HD). Analog cable makes up probably half of what I watch 5: For future-proofing, true support of 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, ect. I have heard of certain models that downgrade 720p to 480p and stuff like that. Don't want none of that. 6: Built-In Screen shield, to protect my investment. (Preferable, not required) If you could post links of models that meet these standards, I'd appreciate it. Also, I am unsure of what dvd player to get. I am looking at a Zenith, the DVB318 that has a DVI port and I think upgrades to 1080i, but I am not sure if that's the best model out there for my needs or whatever. I'd like to find one that does that but can also zoom out (AKA Shrink) so I don't blow up my TV trying to get rid of the damned overscan!