Just got the Rs-66 and if it's a stunning picture you seek, look no further. Watched "Skyfall" on Tuesday, my jaw was dropping from beginning to end. Awesome transfer onto my 140" 1.3 gain 2.40:1 screen. The shadow detail, black level, and the unbelievable sharpness put this experience at HT Nirvana. If you have light control, the 66 will be the best option at the price. Bar none. IMHO. I had the 56 for a week, but couldn't resist the urge to try it. Absolutely no contest in my theater. Not close, and Skyfall nicely demonstrates it due to Roger Deakins' magnificent cinematography. The darker scenes sparkle with, what might have been unseen on lessor projectors, many fine gradations of shadow. Shadow that comes in so many unique flavors and textures. Almost every evening or night shot holds interest with much to see at the edges of the frame. The exquisite credit montage of memories through the eyes of Bond as he is dying, were great at the theater, and are wonderful at home. The flaming target shot gets me every time. Can't go back. But I'll have to go to work to afford the extra cash. Oh well, it's only money.