Wasn't sure where to post this, so if it needs to be moved, please feel free to do so. Also, my apologies if this is a topic that gets beaten to death here. I'm in the market for a new television, and the more research I do, the less sure I become about which way to go. I am leaning towards LED, but am seeing some powerful arguments online for plasma displays. Word is that the burn-in issues that used to be so prevalent in plasma sets are pretty much a thing of the past, and that with the proper conditioning during the first 100 hours or so, should never become an issue at all. I'm not quite sure what I will settle on, as price and features and availability at the time that I make my purchase will all play a part in my decision process. The things I AM sure about: Screen size of 47 inches or above. 1080p display (does anyone really even consider anything less anymore?). Minimum refresh rate of 120 Hz. WiFi built in. The best reproduction of true blacks that I can get. Things I am interested in that won't make or break the purchase: 3D - Would be neat, but not so sure I'd use it enough to justify the added expense. If the price was right though, I'd bite. Would like a good amount of varying input options - 3 HDMI inputs minimum would be nice, and at least one USB port, but preferably two. Aside from that, it's mostly about picture quality and color. Don't want an overly bright and super richly colored set that doesn't produce realistic life-like colors, or shows blacks as dark greys, but don't want a set that is too dim. LED sets look vibrant and bright, but I've seen a fair amount of light bleed out there. Plasmas seem to have the blackest blacks and truest life-like color reproduction, and they have that native 600Hz refresh rate which means no motion blur. And the prices on plasmas have dropped significantly, making them a real contender. However, they tend to wash out in a brightly lit room. Something the LED's compensate for with the back lighting. So I throw it to you fine folks. What kind of TV do you have, and why did you make the decision you did? Are you happy with your choice? And if you had to do it all over again, are there any features you could do without, or would insist on having this time around? Would love to hear what you have to say. I should probably have mentioned that I do a fair amount of console gaming, and use my Xbox 360 as my primary media center. I don't have cable television, just high speed internet and watch all my TV shows and movies either via streaming options such as Netflix and DLNA, or bluray and DVD. So I guess gaming needs have to be considered as well.