Ok, if the geometry problems are just a given, here's my next question, and I know it will get some flack from this forum. "If" I decide to return this set in exchange for an LCD or Plasma, what would be the best choice in the given price range ($1800)? We have a Sony Bravia in our boardroom here at work, and I noticed today how much clearer everything looked when connected to a PC. The text was clearer, no overscan to worry with (Could see the Start Menu and task bar), and no geometry issues. I understand the limits of the other technologies. Short life and burn-in with Plasma's and ghosting and bad black levels with LCD. So, with all that said, I just don't understand why they don't make the DLP's to more strict standards in terms of geometry, and then build sturdy enclosure's to prevent it getting distorted. I know that if I go with an LCD or plasma, that I'll have to go down in screen size, but I'm willing. I've heard that the newer Plasmas have less trouble with burn-in and better longgevity and I've heard that the newer LCD's have better black levels and better response/refresh (120Hz?). Any help would be greatly appreciated. I used GB-PVR last night, and was very impressed. It played most everything I threw at it. I've never used Media Center with Vista, so I really don't have much to compare to.