I'm hoping some of you have done a ton of research recently, or are in the business, and can point me in the right direction. I've looked through places like Amazon, and am overwhelmed with the fact that there are a half dozen manufacturers that I trust to make a TV, each with a half dozen models with overlapping features. And all the "models" have awesomely cryptic letter-number combo names. Even if I narrow it down to a price point, I still end up with 30-40 TVs that all seem practically the same! Current state: Received an AppleTV for Christmas, have a 36" tube TV from the 90's. 98% of TV content comes from Netflix (streaming or DVD) and the computer. I don't have cable. So here is what I want: 1. A solid TV that does its primary purpose, display motion imagery. 2. I want a refresh rate and a processor capable of handling FPS XBox games. I don't need a refresh rate beyond that though. I will never have refresh-rate envy. 3. I want the standard HDMI inputs, but legacy inputs would be nice bonus. This is what I don't want, and thus don't want to pay for: 1. Wireless anything. 2. Built in Speakers. 3. "Feature" Software of just about any kind (i.e. web, server access, etc) Unless someone wants to convince me otherwise, I don't need my TV to be smart. I need it to function appropriately along side my ATV, and my stereo receiver with 6.1. The ATV2 should be capable of being the "Brains" for things like my desktop computer and iPhone4, even if I have to JB to get it to do what I want. In a nutshell, I want the TV to be a quality component to the rest of my system. So are there a couple models out there that are geared for only displaying a picture, and not trying to provide the entire entertainment experience? Budget: Started at $500, potentially willing to go to $750 if I think I'm getting $250 worth of tech. Size: At least 42". Given my budget, I don't expect anything over 46". Can anyone help a tech brother out?