So, my lovely Hitachi P50V701 plasma television, which I bought in October of 2007 (as some of you may recall), started acting peculiar recently, as in, stopped working. It began with the HDMI 1 input; just as I had begun watching the Blu-ray of Atom Egoyan's Chloe, the screen went black, and the front-panel blue power light began flashing. The other two HDMI inputs continued to function, so I switched. But soon enough, with ever input, the same thing began happening: a picture for a few minutes, then a blank screen and a flashing blue power light. A chat with a Hitachi rep resulted in my spending about 30 bucks to buy the geegaws necessary to perform a software update on the set, which not only didn't actually work, but I don't think really happened. In any event, I have to get the set fixed before I worry about that issue, because this is clearly NOT a software problem. (Web exploration suggests it's a power supply problem, and not particularly challenging. And so I pray.) So my question is: do any of my reader in the New York City area have any POSITIVE experiences with TV repair outlets they can actually recommend? Because reading the online reviews of the two joints cited by the Hitachi person on the phone, I am frankly terrified. Any other advice on the subject would also be appreciated. I need to get the July Blu-ray Consumer Guide done in, you know, July. And there's some ostensibly paying work I do that requires a working display as well. Many thanks in advance.