From the FAQ, "Consumer Reports doesn’t recommend extended warranties for plasma and LED HDTVs but DLPs are prone to more service calls than flat panels. Still CR data from thousands of DLP users indicates only 1 out of 10 DLPs need service in the first three years."
So I guess I'll roll the dice, pretty good odds plus I have 15 months of standard warranty. I tend to be a gambler and buy a lot of as-is stuff on eBay, motherboards with corrupt BIOSes and CPUs with bent pins that go dirt cheap. I average about 75% recovery rate so gambling often works but there is risk involved! I've got about eight Frankenstein PCs in my extended family with graverobbed parts. The one I'm on right now has a K8N Neo2 board that went for $15 including shipping and a dual core Opteron 180 that went for $50 about a year ago. The rest of the parts were stolen from a Socket A PC. Cheap thrills!
I know, I know, I'm probably jinxing myself right now!
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