I saw a Samsung DLP RP set a couple of weeks ago at a local TV shop and noticed right away that it must be DLP because of the artifacts. I had never seen a DLP set before, and after this experience, I won't be buying this generation of DLP.
Then again, this set was showing Friends from some analog source, so the resolution was low, picture noise was high and S/N wasn't great. But still, it looked like the display response time was slow, or maybe I was bothered by the nearly-subliminal beat frequency between the DLP color wheel and the fluorescent lights.
Now this is a knee-jerk reaction to a set I just happened upon. This set, properly set up for how you'd be using it might be just what you need. So I just strongly suggest you go see one of these in person and view some HD content and bring along some DVDs you know very well and watch it for a while.
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