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I would say "rent" the tv for a couple weeks, and by this I mean buy the tv and see if it is worth the loss of a $1000 from your old set and the new investment and eventual depreciation loss of when the next best thing comes out and you "have to sell" this one. If it is not worth the loss, take it back as most companies have a 2 week to 30 day return policy. This way you can directly compare the sets, if you can take the "rental hit" of the price of the tv until you return it or sell the old set. And if you like it enough, then you already have it.

You have to get the set home and set up in order to see what it is really like. Specs have very little meaning when it is all one-upmanship for advertising purposes.
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