The delay is because they can't build enough of these of sufficient quality to actually sell it. The LCOS thingamabob apparently has dismally low yields. When the yields improve, they can build more sets and actually put it on the market.
Until then, it's vaporware. And until it ships in volume, it's rare-ware (like the D'Ahlia, which you cannot buy in the tech-center of the country, Silicon Valley -- or at least you couldn't as of a few weeks ago).
I hope this set is great -- seriously. But so far it's all promise and no reality. In the meantime, the bogey is moving.
By this time next year, the target is going to be $3500-4000 42" plasmas and $7500-8500 50" plasmas. Those will still be
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