Hey guys, I am in the market for a new TV, preferably 40-46''. I'm willing to spend up to a $1,000 but would rather stay around the $500-750 range. I have a pretty substantial DVD collection and a fairly good blu-ray collection. My current TV (a 720p 60hz 37" Insignia) looks ok, but I know I am not getting the full experience with blu-ray that I could be getting. I guess all that I know for sure that I want is a 40-46" screen with 1080p resolution with more than 60Hz. Is 120 Hz enough for maximum quality or will 240 make that much of a difference? I went into Best Buy a couple days ago and fell in love with a Samsung they had displayed. I'm not sure of the model but I remember it being a LED 46" 1080p with 240 MHz. They were playing Pirates of the Caribbean and I felt like I could literally reach out and grab Kiera Knightly. It almost had a 3D feel to the movie without actually being a 3D movie. This TV looked better than the rest, but I am assuming it's because they had it plugged into directly into a PS3 while the others were streaming the same looped commercials back and forth. It was $1799, but was 3D and Internet ready. I'm not sold on 3D, and being I have a PS3, the internet option serves no purpose to me. I want that experience, I want my Blu-Rays to pop. I want my friends to come into my living room and be in awe about how amazing my picture is. (Yeah, I'm that guy.) I just don't want to break my piggy bank open. Haha. I want the absolute best quality for my limited buck. Any suggestions or recommendations?