Plasma, LCD, or DLP rear projection?

Just returned home after a Super Bowl party at a colleague’s house. Beautiful home with finished basement and a 42″ plasma high definition TV built-in to a custom cabinet.

I’m usually the go-to guy for friends and family to turn to when deciding on what computer, digital camera, video camera, or other gadget to buy. I usually either have one or know enough to be dangerous.

Not so in this category ’cause I don’t watch enough television to either have a burning desire to buy one or to have invested the time in preparing to do so. But after tonight — especially when we watched a snippet of a Sting DVD — I realize that I want the cinema-like quality for my TiVo recorded programs, DVD’s and more.

Do I buy a Plasma, LCD, or DLP rear projection? Right after returning home, I went to CNET to start poking around and read their review of a wide variety of sets. Wow. Pretty dizzying array of choices. I’ll probably choose the best balance between quality, cost and DVI input (so I can plug in my laptop to it).

I also know that whatever I end up doing for a TV size, I’ll make sure that we provide for the possibility that bigger sizes will need to be accommodated in the future. In fact, my bride wrote on her blog in a post entitled, “Goodbye Armoire,” where she forecasted that flat panel TV’s would make entertainment centers obsolete.

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