So, when I moved into my own apartment in August, I had to get a gaming TV for my modern consoles. Since I was broke, I picked up one of the Sony Playstation 3D displays (it was only $120). But alas, as I expected, it died recently, and I'm looking to get a more durable, but not too expensive gaming TV to replace it. Unfortunately, I know next to nothing about TVs and was hoping you guys could give me advice on what to get. Here are the facts... My budget is $500 or less. Low input lag, lack of motion blur, and a wide viewing angle are important to me. saturation, brightness, etc, not so much. I want the TV to be able to output 480P, 720p, and 1080p. No other resolutions matter to me. I want at least 1 HDMI port (preferably 2 or 3) and one component port. I don't care about DVI or anything else. The main reason I want component is so I can use the original Wii to play Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Project M with GameCube controllers. The consoles I'll be using are PS3, 360, Wii, and Wii U I don't want it too big. 24-32 inches feels about perfect I would like the set to have integrated speakers if at all possible. I'm not a huge audiophile, so as long as it sounds as good as a typical set of TV speakers sound, that's fine with me. I'm incredibly interested in plasma since I've heard good things about the lack of motion blur, but I'm not against LCD or LED either. I know it sounds like a tall order, and I've been researching for a while and don't know what to do, thanks to my lack of knowledge. I was considering a Ben Q gaming monitor like this one, but almost $500 for a set with no component or speakers just feels like too much. So, can anyone with the appropriate knowledge help me? I'd really appreciate it.