Originally Posted by DavidHir
Very similar thing happened to me when I bought my JVC front projector and made a dedicated theater room. As wonderful of a display the VT60 is, it just wasn't getting used as much and I sold it to a forum member (for less than what you were offered). I replaced it with a more modest Samsung 51" F5300B plasma which is now in the living room and actually pleasantly surpassed my expectations quite a bit. The extra money difference I came away with basically helped pay for the JVC the way I look at. Also, the Samsung plasmas will blow away any LED near their price points.
Yup, that is pretty much my situation. Use the extra money to cover the projector cost.
For some strange reason the Vizio P series 65" or 70" has gotten my attention although that would negate using the extra money to pay for my projector and it would practically be a even swap.
I think I am giving the Vizio more credit then it's deserves. In my head I have it looking good and large but in real life or has to suck, right? I do like the idea of owning a 4K TV even though there is no content to support it yet. I think it comes down to the pq of the TV though no matter the resolution.
The P series has been released and people started getting them but will wait for some reviews before coming up with my own conclusions.
I can't imagine purchasing another LED and know if I got that thing in my home I am going to hate it. Would love to try it in my home though before selling my VT60.
The 64H5000 has me very interested as well and would be the better purchase financially for my reason for selling the VT60 as well as offering the better pq I am sure.