First of all, let me say hello. Secondly, let me say I messed up, so if I have any posts after today they should be under Superman07 without the -2. Anyway, on to my question! My boss here at work is thinking about getting a tv or tvs for the conference room, but has been flipping back and forth between plasmas, dlps, and other types. He has specified, given the list I gave to him of choices - I'll get to that later - that he wants to go with Pioneer. Given that he is also looking for a couple of options: 1) It needs to be able to work as a computer monitor as well (I'm assuming DVI input here - but VGA would be good too). 2) It needs to be HD, so I'm thinking EDTV is out. Okay, now back to my "list". We have come across a company that makes overlays for plasma screens so that you can effectively write on your presentations and documents, etc. on the screen and that transfer that to the actual electonic copy. However, they only support certain models from certain manufactures - which is the list I gave him. Now, with that list narrowed down to Pioneer here is what I am left looking at: PDP-501X PDP-502MX PDP-505HD PDP-503CMX PDP-503MXE PDP-610MX I'm not sure what price range he is looking at, so I'm not too concerned with that at the moment, but I would like to know what range I'm looking at - though I'm pretty sure the 610MX is the most $$. Also, for example, I know that Dell.com has the 503CMX for around 7k(USD). I'm sure this price can be beat somewhere, but I'm also sure that he'll want more of a warrenty so he'd rather go from a reputable vendor. I'd really appreciate it if I could get some feedback on these models and some first hand experience about their quality if that applies to any of you! Meanwhile, I'm stuck using me Samsung 30" Widescreen CRT at home. =( But it has a great picture! =) Thanks again!