Oh not a problem,
As for dlp vs LCD, they have the cons and pros,
I honestly find picture quality on par with some top line LCD, if not better . I also thought by now LCD would have advances closer to plasma but I was wrong even when it's advertised as 240hz it's not true 240hz unlike plasma which is advertises 600hz u can see the difference during movies, everything looks much more natural. For sports LCD is fine , I'm just a little picky when it comes to picture quality. It is true dlp is old technology but theaters will stay with dlp for a very long time. IMAX is more like the dlps we use. Lazervue is amazing, beats pioneer elites on some levels from what I saw, both calibrated. If ure in the market for the 80" u won't be disappointed with 844 . I'm happy with the 90" but not satisfied,
As for 4k and 8k it's not worth jumping into especially with the price tag. It'll be like buying a Ferrari with a restricted motor and tranny.
Not much offered at that resolution other than from a pc right now,
I was looking at pannys 103" plasma but the price tag for 70k turned me off.
Bottom line my other option was to go for the 92" mits for now, and when 4k res hits mainstream I wouldn't feel so bad to upgrade I'd probably lose about 1.5k on the resell vs I'd probably lose about 4-4.5k on the resell for this sharp
Ur pros of the LCD will be Better view angle, less heat, certain color mixes will be more accurate, looks nicer, lighter weight, good hi colors, plug and play( built in wifis and etc) calibrate and forget (dlp bulbs get dim around 3-3.5k hrs of use, at this size will probably last 8months before dim)
Pros of dlp is better/sharper image, less blur or motion scroll, price tags ( better bang for buck), better dark levels, easier to self calibrate, matte finish screen (not all lcd is gloss finish, but i believe all mitsubishi dlps are matte now) longer hours of use before burn in picture, less ghosting, better 3d effect, good low colors
Anyone can chime in and correct me if I'm wrong and add whatever important key I might've left out. Hope that helps