... between a 42" plasma or a 46" DLP. Up till about a week ago I was all but set on picking up a 42" plasma (probably a Panasonic or an LG) but after reading a lot of stuff on here and mooching round the web I'm beginning to think that maybe a DLP would be a better option. Ive had a look at the Tosh 46 that a few people are currently talking about and must admit I really like it. Im yet to see it running anything better than the crappy RF feed in Comet / Currys etc. but initial impressions are good. The only issue is I think 46 may be a bit too big. Anyway, onto a few questions that hopefully other people with experience can help with Are there any decent 37 or 42 DLP screens I should be shortlisting for purchase (my budget is approx. £1500 give or take.) I will be feeding the screen a version 2 Sky+ box via RGB scart, a DVD via component (but changing to HDMI so screen will need that), plus a PS2 and Gamecube. What method do people recommend using to connect their PS2 and Gamecubes to give the best image? currently I use an RGB scart lead for the PS2 and the standard Game cube lead. Do DLPs suffer with any sort of screen burn similar to plasmas? (I dont believe they do but wanted to check.) Ive read somewhere that all new DLPs are High Def compatible and have HDCP (or whatever it is!) standards included with their HDMI interface is this true? What is the story with the lamps on DLPs I believe they need changing at given times (much like any bulb) and that it is usually a DIY job of simply removing a cover and replacing the bulb. Again, is this true or do some models require a visit to a specialist dealer? And specifically relating to the Tosh model, how deep (front to back) are the shelves? (My Yamaha amp is quite big!) How heavy is the set itself? Could one person lift it or is it a two-person job?! (probably a stupid question!) Sorry for all the questions, but thanks in advance to anyone who takes the time to answer.