I am in the market for a new television. I am finally upgrading to HDTV, but I have absolutely no idea what I'm doing. I have gone walking around the store and a salesperson at Best Buy completely confused me....I think that was the objective. I left the store and decided to do my own research on LCD/LED/plasma/3D and all of the rest. I want something that isn't going to be super expensive but has a good picture. I have Directv, so I don't think that I need a smart TV with the package, but you guys tell me. Where do I start? Will I be able to tell the difference between LED and LCD? How many pixels do I really need? What are the most important things to get and how can I do this so I am not spending $1000 for a television. My current TVs are 27" (bedroom) and 32" (living room). If I can keep it reasonable, I will replace both, but if not, I will do one at a time, probably bedroom first since I spend the most time there and I don't do a whole lot of entertaining. Thanks for your insight in advance.