I just sold my 55" Mits CRT RPTV that had too much overscan(not sure the % but it cut off half the time on the top right of the new DirecTV HD guide)..never cut anything off for any game I ever played. OS would have to be off the charts for that. CRT seems to be best for gaming, never noticed any lag and no motion blur or anything. I have a Mits 82740 that's supposed to arrive M or T. I'll admit I do love RP, have always loved the picture and think LED and Plasma look bad compared to it. My 2004 1080i CRT RPTV calibrated looks better than any LED or plasma I've seen(granted I probably haven't seen one of those calibrated, I doubt I know anyone who has ever heard of TV calibration).
Maybe I'm just used to it because I've been watching RP so long, but to me they give the most realistic PQ. LED's are horrid(I know this applies to no one here really). A still picture looks cool, but fake..but if it's not paused and there's motion it takes me out of whatever is showing. I do like plasmas, I may buy one for the bedroom soon. This is the one situation where I'd like to mount a TV on the wall. I never have liked watching TV in bed, it's uncomfortable to me. But if I mount it high on the opposite wall I can actually lay on my back and watch if it's on the wall near the ceiling. Right on.
As for the perceived negatives of DLP, for me, well they just don't affect me. Not being thin, well I'm a function over form guy about everything. A TV being thin does nothing for me. I'm not going to hang my main TV on the wall. It will sit on the same stand an LED or Plasma would. A DLP is thicker, but not necessarily heavier. Viewing angles.. I don't care, I'm going to watch it centered anyway. And even on my old CRT RPTV viewing angles weren't a problem watching from a side position. New DLP viewing angles seem pretty great. As far as pure PQ, like I said I happen to like it best of all current tech. And I want a big TV. 65" or even 70" ain't gonna cut it for my main viewing area. And since I want a big picture, prefer the look of RP picture over fixed panel, and with huge DLP's being cheaper than good fixed panels that have half the screen real estate, my recent TV purchase decision was a no-brainer.