DLP is probably the best.
I disagree, i have one, not as good as LCD or plasma
As with all of this discussion, you need to take into account the year and make/model of the unit.
Practically any LCD/DLP/Plasma 2008 model from a quality brand will all basically give you the same picture. All the major problems that each specific technology had in the past are gone.
Right now, I've read that the DLP screens with the LED backlights are the best picture overall.
No screen glare or possible burn-in(plasma problems)
Almost perfect blacks and vibrant color(Plasma strength)
No "blurry" images on fast picture scenes(LCD problem)
Very low power consumption(LCD strength)
I have a DLP screen with LED (Samsung) the picture is great but the HD isn't very great. I spent a couple months at my dad's this year and he has 2 plasma, the HD picture was a lot better then my tv, I would say the colors are more crisp and he never had problems.
As to the problems you are correct, you really can't go wrong with the glare, you never get any, lights in the room at night or anything. The perfect blacks I would disagree, I thought the plasma screen was a little better and especially when it comes to color vibrancy it is a far 2nd to the plasma.
As for power consumption it is pretty decent, my bill isn't very high at all when the tv runs.
DLP's do have parts you have to replace, the bulb in the back needs to be replaced every 300 hours or so and can be very very expensive.
Was your LED samsung properly calibrated or using the stock settings. over on CNET they have a guide on how they changed some settings on that tv(61 inch?) and it really made a difference.
Also, LEDs last for 20 years running 8 hours a day....no need to worry about replacing it. Older DLP's that use bulbs....yes.
You're good, I'll look into it batman!
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