I have recently been considering selling my current tv and upgrading to a larger one. I am upgrading my Receiver and Surround Sound System and I figure it's time for a Television upgrade as well since I have had this one for a few years now. Right now, I have a Toshiba Regza 46". (Model # 46RV535U to be exact.) I was browsing around checking prices and came across the Mitsubishi DLP's which I hadn't really heard of before. However, the prices on them are ridiculously attractive. I've seen the 60" for around $500-$600 and the 65" for $700-$800. I've also seen the 73" for ~ $1,000 but I honestly don't know if I have enough room for it. This is for my bedroom which is 13' x 13' x 7'. The 46" looks small in here so I know that the 60" is logical. The 65" I'm not sure about but bigger is normally better. The 73" is probably too big. I would LOVE to have it, but at over 6' wide, it would take up half of the back wall. If you guys think I can fit it, I will definitely consider it. I know it would be large in here for now but then I would have it if I move into a large location. I watch a lot of movies and tv shows on Netflix and DVD and for 95% of it, I am normally sitting in my computer chair or recliner which are in the middle of the room. (aka the Listening/Viewing Area. ) I also do a fair amount of gaming as well. I sleep with my tv on as I've done it since I was little and I can't sleep without it. I'm not sure what else I need to tell you guys? lol How big of a difference is it going to be in picture quality going from an LCD to a DLP? I don't have a hefty budget (hoping for around $500-$700 at most) so the DLP seems by far to be my best choice for a large tv if the PQ is satisfactory. I am planning on picking up a Blu-Ray Player soon so I definitely want nice video quality for it, Netflix, and video games. What do you guys think? Is there anything else I need to know about them that might sway my decision? The only real downside I have seen to them is that the bulb will most likely have to be changed every 2-4 years from the reviews I have read which is okay since they seem to be available for $75-$80. Thanks for the help!