Hi folks, After almost camping out in the DLP forum since I joined AVF, and being a big advocate of the technology, it was with horror recently that I have discovered that I see the dreaded rainbow-effect on all of the currently available DLP RPTV's! So, not being a fan of LCD and its action lag issues, I've started to look at Plasma. I've had a good look around, and really like the look of the Panny Viera TV's - but as they are not really HD-Ready yet, I've discounted those, along with a good few others. It looks like my ideal choice would be the Pioneer PDP-505XDE, and I'm looking at some advice from owners if it is a good choice. I've got the Panny SD97 DVD Player with HDMI, and Sky+, and a Nintendo Gamcube (also look to attach either a Mac Mini or HTPC at some point). The PQ on the 505 looked exceptional being fed with and HDMI DVD - but what about Sky+, Gamecube, PC etc... does it still hold up?? Also, I've avoided plasma due to the screen burn issues - I know that a lot of sets have built in circuitry to try and circumvent this, but I've noticed in the 505 handbook that it just states that images should not be left on "for a long time". How long is a "long time"? Anyone had screen burn (or other) issues with this panel? T.