I currently have the Toshiba 65hm167, but I see rainbows all the time so i'm considering returning it to Circuit City. And I swear my eyes have been feeling different than I've ever experienced at night when watching this, like pressure on them, don't know if I was just tired or eye fatigue.
So now I'm considering the 60A2020. I'm bummed it will be 5 inches smaller, but I need to make sure my eyes do not bleed all the time.
Before I had the Sony 55xs955. Great picture, but poor blacks that really glowed too much in a dark room. But with overall viewing of SD it was spectacular even zoomed, blu-ray and HD-DVD were great too. I enjoyed the picture on picture feature and great sound despite the dumbo ears, which were not bad at 55inchs.
Despite the flaws with the blacks I was impressed with the tv. But this round of upgrade I really want a huge improvement in blacks for dark room viewing. The Toshiba delivered this. There was just a new depth in the HD viewing thanks to the added contrast. Testing a scene the Happy Feet graduation scene with"Some Body to Love" song that was nearly all black at points looked amazing in a dark room. Clarity and motion were also an improvement.
That was my first DLP tv, and it's a new model. Will the A2020, a hold over model, be as good? Also, does it have any silk screen effect. My 55xs955 had some of that in the center of the screen, but that was an LCD model back then.