I went out looking at TVs after work today, first at a national retailer, then at a local chain.
At the first place I saw a Mitsubishi WD-82837 DLP set in its own little environment playing a Shakira concert blu-ray. The picture was very good, probably as good as the Panasonic plasmas in the same area, as long as I didn't get too close, but then again, 82" is huge.
At the next place, they had another 82" Mitsubishi DLP set (can't remember if it was the 837 or the 737) sitting next to the L65A90 LaserVue. The LaserVue completely destroyed the traditional DLP in terms of color, picture clarity, and brightness, even when the settings were set as similarly as I could get them.
I love the picture on the LaserVue, colors are just as good if not better than the LCDs they had, including a Samsung 8000 series LED, and focus and detail were also great. The only little issue is there appeared to be a crosshatching or dithering in the image from time to time, but I think that was just the texture of the screen. I'm used to screens with a glossy cover, so it would probably take a little time to get used to the rough-finish on the LaserVue's screen.
Also, the remote is very boring looking, but, for all out picture, the LaserVue looks great, if they come out with a new one maybe the prices will drop further on the old ones, and then I am all in.