Hey everyone... I am planning on buying a brand new 50" HDTV within the next month or two, and need some advice. I think I've got it narrowed down to two models based on reviews I've read on the net (consumers reports, cnet, etc.) but I could really use some 'real world' advice. My biggest concern is now my Handbrake ripped AppleTV vids will look on it. My Specifics: Most of the video I watch will be from Handbrake ripped DVDs through AppleTV I will not have HD cable right away. I will not own a Blu-Ray player right away, but may get a Sony Playstation within a year or so. 2 or more HDMI Ports Please High Quality Image Please High Reliability/Quality Please I want to hang it on a wall. Here are the options I've come up with so far: Panasonic TH-50PZ700U Ranking of 81 "Best HDTV Ever Tested" on Consumer Reports Ranking of 8.0 on CNET 1080P $2300 Free Shipping Panasonic TH-50PX75U Ranking of 78 "Best Buy" Consumer Reports Ranking of 8.0 on CNET 720P $1400 Free Shipping So, really the only difference between the two is 720 vs. 1080. What do you guys think? Is it worth the extra $900 to go up to 1080P? Am I dumb to be considering 720P? Am I looking at the completely wrong TVs for use with AppleTV? Any advice would be very helpful! Thanks!