Some fear of burn-in.
If you had objects that stay in the same place for a long time it could burn in.
Same thing if you watch tv and had there little symbol on the bottom corner.
or Pause a movie for a great time.
This is mainly a problem for Plasma and CRT tvs.
Older tvs had more of a problem with this.
New one's not so much.
A new tv should have the brightness turned down for the first 100 hrs to help prevent this.
I have a plasma and a xbox 360. No problems here! ; )
I pulled this off the web>>>>>>>>>>
Screen burn-in can damage displays that rely on a phosphor coating on the screen ? plasma TVs and rear-projection CRT-based TVs are the most vulnerable to burn-in, and it's less likely, but possible with direct-view CRT TVs. Burn-in can occur when a static image such as a video game, stock or news ticker, or station logo remains on-screen for an extended period (generally several hours). These images can become etched into the phosphor coating, leaving faint but permanent impressions on-screen. In recent years, makers of plasma TVs have refined the panel technology and included anti-burn-in features which substantially reduce the chances of burn-in. Plasma owners can also help to prevent burn-in by properly adjusting the TV's brightness and contrast settings when the TV is new.
My wife says she read somewhere that play Xbox (or video games in general) will ruin the picture quality of your TV. Is that true??