Hello all! I do hope this is in the correct thread, and I apologize if I have gotten this wrong, as it is not an Apple Hardware-specific question. I am looking to purchase a new TV for a dorm room for having a larger computer screen (using the HDelight to 'stream' my MBP display to it) and playing my PS3 on. Based on my room size, I guess I am looking for a TV between 36" and 46", and I would really prefer not to go to 50". Anyways, the size is not my problem at the moment; it's the technology of course. Because I'm a student, I've been shopping around on Craigslist, looking at both Plasma and DLP TV's. I have read numerous articles about the two types, and my basic understanding is that Plasma has deeper colors, but shorter lifespan and cannot be replaced and that DLP has decent color, and it's bulb can relatively easily be replaced (depending on model, of course). I don't think the lifespan of a Plasma would be all that much of a negative for me, seeing as I'm certain that as new technology (ie. 3-D) is rolled out in the coming years, I will upgrade, but should I be worried about buying a Plasma used? I get the feeling that DLP is, in a way, an older technology that simply doesn't look as good. I -want- to go Plasma, but is this safe to do, if I buy used and is there that much a difference between the two? Thanks so much!