As you may know I have a busted Sony LCD RP 50" at home taking up space for nothing. Up until now I have been working under the assumption the TV will be going back once the engineers have done all their crap. So I have been looking for a set to replace the TV, and have viewed many DLP's. I was this close to buying the 52" Tosh but have now changed my mind and decided to get my Sony fixed under warranty. The reason for this mainly is that while the Tosh is mind blowing with HD content, its pretty crap with SkyD and normal TV. On the other hand my Sony is not even HD, but SkyD looks pucka as normal tv. I have seen the blurring on Sky feeds and even from a distance I dont think I could live with it. If and when Sky HD comes out, no doubt its going to be a while and expensive... but then these tv's and expensive wires may be worth it. I use cheap cables all round and have a diamond pic on my Sky (with a little recalb of the dish ) Overall I think for the average home viewer the Sony is a good choice. For the TV nerds (no offence guys ) HD TV's are the cooler TV to have without any real benefits at the mo. My conclusion - DLP is not quite there yet. The rainbows def need sorting, just because I cant see em, other family members visitors may be able to and thats just not acceptable. Also DLP's seem to be more prone to solarisation on bright feeds. These are just my opinions - dont have a cow DLP owners. G-unit PS Who knows if the Sony plays up even once more after its fixed its going straight back and I may end up with a DLP after all, but for now I'm not overly impressed.