My neighbor is a young Navy SEAL in training who is just about ready to turn out, I think. This morning when it was pitch black outside at around 4AM I was standing outside and I caught a glimpse of my new neighbors TV. Until this morning I had never seen it before. His TV was on and I got a chance to take a long look at it, though from a distance. When I first laid eyes on it I was awestruck. The thing that struck me was that it's super huge! Lengthwise it was right around approximately 6 or 7 feet long. Ditto for the height. (Now I could be off a foot or two either way on the measurements but that's what I surmise.) Although it was tough to tell the screen hanging on his wall appeared to be a lot thinner than my Vizio LCD and like most LCD's my Vizio isn't the least bit fat. My neighbor lives on the second floor of a 4-story building. A few things here about our building... we both live in an apartment complex that's about 30-40 years old. It's a standard building that's not the least bit special. What I mean is that it's not like the Ritz Hotel or where John Lennon would have lived. My neighbors one bedroom apartment would not be considered the least bit large for a one bedroom. It's just an average 1 bedroom unit you'd find in Kansas or Alabama or anywhere in middle class America. His TV, from what I can see from the outside looking in, almost takes up his entire wall! And that's what blows me away!! Have you ever seen that crazy good movie from the 60's called 'Dr. Strangelove'? (If you haven't go rent it as it's a great flick about a potential U.S /Russian nuclear war.) My neighbors TV looks like the big board in the Pentagon's war room! How very fitting for a young Navy SEAL. Anyway I was wondering.... 1) What kind of TV do you think it is, a projection TV? Ya gotta ask cause you won't see a TV like that on display when you walk into any one electronics store, no way Jose. Please be specific so I can search engine it using the appropriate keywords. 2) What do you think the lowest, rock bottom price would be for a unit that monolithic in size? Does a TV like that cost thousands of dollars? I would tend to think so. 3) Along with millions of other Americans I (figuartively speaking) 'cut the cable' many months ago. I love not having to deal with my local cable companies bad customer service and their overpriced monthly fee. So could a person use old-school rabbit ears with the type of TV my SEAL neighbor has hanging on his wall?