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I have a 55'' samsung led and I love it.
As a general rule, you can't go wrong with a Samsung. Panasonic is also a safe bet and a great value. Personally I'm a Sony person. I know I pay a premium but everything works great together. You mention the lack of windows and glare, you can work with plasma or LCD. I personally would not pay the premium with a LED yet.
Do you want built in internet access? Netflix, Amazon, Youtube readily available? If you do, check the remote control. If you go that route, a keyboard type remote is worth the cost.
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Plasma - best for sports and movies. See CNET for a great review on the new Panasonic TC-PST60 series TV. Best bang for your dollar. As for screen size, nothing less than 55 inches . I believe the ST series is available in 55, 60 and 65 inches. Good luck!
i have a 60" LG PLASMA and the picture is outstanding. and unlike the plasmas of old there is no screen burning whatsoever. the price on them is also easy on the pocketbook!
LED backlit LCD's are the top of the line in TVs. They are simply THE best. However, they come with a steep price tag.
Go with a HD projector and screen. Great for large rooms and if you have no secondary light glare, it works great. Plus the money you save give you some to put in a tap for your favorite beer, or a small popcorn machine.
Here is a link to an article which discusses potential screen size in relation to the room size and viewing distance.
How to determine the right size projector screen for your home theater
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