I have had a PLV-60 for a little over a year now and will replace it as soon as something significantly better comes along. I have seen the upcoming HD2 DLPs at the CEDIA Expo and they were very nice, however, they have inadequate light output for my screen (a 125" wide microperforated GrayHawk), and the JVC SX-21 was very impressive, however, I do not want to have to deal with light spill issues or an anamorphic lens. Even if the HD2 DLPs were bright enough for my needs I would be hesitant to buy at this time given that a switch to the Archimedes colour wheel is inevitable as is a solution to the "dimple" problem. According to TI the Archimedes colour wheel will increase brightness by approximately 40%. It may also reduce the colour separation artifacts of the current colour wheels. I do not have a problem with rainbows, however, I always have an uneasy feeling watching DLP. The solution to the "dimple" problem should also increase contrast ratios significantly. Does anybody have any idea when we can realistically expect to see the Archimedes colour wheel and the solution to the "dimple" problem appear in DLP projectors?