Go ahead, GSF--get a TV your family will appreciate. It's not as if you're in a financial pickle and will go into insupportable debt for it (AFAIK).We have a 32" LED TV in our den/home office by the kitchen and a 34" old-fashioned TV with an inexpensive surround sound system in the FROG (Free Room Over Garage--a Southern thing, and the warmest, sunniest room in the house so it's where we read, watch TV, and use our laptops in colder weather). Switching from downstairs to upstairs TV a few weeks ago, the picture is noticeably worse (and the surround sound noticeably better!).We're also thinking about switching from cable to Hulu Plus and online Netflix, so I guess what we really need is a great big computer screen.
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