LCD never quite looks "right." The colors are overly saturated and there's just something articicial about the way it looks. Oh yes, it has a lot of "wowiw, zowie" effect, but that wears off quickly.
DLP is simply unwatchable. The limitations in viewing angle are simply unacceptable unless you plan on being dead center on axis in front of it every time you watch.
Plasma remains the way to go!
I have a dilema. I have been studying TVs for quite sometime now. I know what I want but I can't decide between the different technologies that are currently available.
To me, LCD's currently seem to be the more stable of the three I'm considering and here is why:
Plasma - "Burn-in" (especially with video games)
DLP Projection - $200 to $300 lamp that gradually becomes darker and then needs replacing as soon as the warranty ends (knowing my luck)
LCD - Possible "dead" pixels (only visible if you get really close)
I didn't even bother including a CRT. I'm not about to lug around a 200lbs+ TV. Also, I don't have the room to set up a projector, so that was instantly ruled out.
Of course there are other variables to consider; price, screen size, etc....
I need your help guys. Tell me what you decided on and how you feel about your purchase so far. Do you regret it or are you happy and feel confident that you made the right choice.