* What sort of television do you own today?
* Those who bought their HDTVs from the last discussion, how are they holding up for you?
* Those who haven't made the jump to HDTV yet, do you plan on doing so eventually?
Me, I finally invested the funds of $1300 for a flat-panel HDTV, the Sharp Aquos LC-37D40U. It's a 37" LCD, widescreen 16:9 format. I've been doing research for the better part of the year, and I've had my eye on the Aquos for a while. Sharp seems to have an excellent reputation with their LCD makes, and when I viewed the model at Best Buy yesterday for the first time, I fell in love. (It sure didn't help that they were playing the HD-DVD version of Corpse Bride - my god, it looked eye-meltingly gorgeous.)
I bought the set mostly for regular TV viewing/HD programming and DVD movies, but I'd be curious to see how it handles games. The Acquos does boast a 6ms refresh response rate, and the above review states that it's "plausibly fast enough for computer applications and high-intensity gamers." I know I'll inevitably want to try it out with the 360 and PS3, but if worse comes to worst, I'll just stick with my old 23" CRT for games.