Every year at CES, Sharp comes out with a larger Aquos LCD TV than the year before. And I always drool for about 15 minutes before they tell me it won't be available for about a year or so. However, with its current 65-inch giant, it looks like they actually have a price on the set—although at $20,999.99 it's a bit out of my reach. Specs are also impressive with a 1080p image, 176-degree viewing angles, 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and pixel response time of less than 6 ms for excellent viewing of quick motion scenes. But here's something to think about: With LCDs this big being manufactured, what does the future look like for plasma?