Hi all, Hoping for some advice really, and would appreciate any constructive replies. Just before Christmas my wife and I bought a 50" DLP rear projection HDTV, namely this one: Samsung SP50L6HX. We were really impressed with it, it had the functions we wanted, like Picture in Picture etc. But, when delivered the glass shelf was smashed to bits. After about 3 phone calls to an unnamed internet/tv shopping channel... they got a replacement sent - which was the wrong one! Anyway, after another load of emails/calls my wife had enough and demanded a full refund as the unit was not fit for purpose. They phoned the other week to arrange pick up and will give us a full refund (stupid tbh, we just want a new cabinet... but when you pay that much for a TV its the principal! - shelf was smashed, bits missing, scored casing etc). ... question is, do we buy the SAME TV (which i've been really happy with.. apart from the viewing angle from the side - picture goes darker), or do we get something else. Budget is £1500 so plasma is out of the question, and I really want to stick to 50"+. A few people have mentioned the Sony KDF-E50A12U, but I was worried about screen burn (use the TV a lot for games consoles etc) - as its not DLP - however it is 3LCD.... which means.. nothing to me (all i know is what i read about DLP stopping ghosting/bluring and no screen burn) - also read that DLP is the only true HD? Really appreciate any advice!