probably 720p. Check them both out and see. That's the true test.
and you will see no benefit from 1080p in any TV source (OTA,Dish or cable) since they are all 720p aside from a very small amount of VOD programming (which likely didn't originate as 1080p in the first place).
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I had the same issue and chose to go with 720p. 1080i does give a little better resolution from my blu-ray, but 720P "refreshes" much faster, so on an LCD TV, especially for action scenes or sports, you won't experience as much "ghosting" with 720p.
Like others have said, try it both ways, but make sure you do it with several scenarios (action scenes, nature shots, etc)
went to best buy yesterday and had a set up that included a 50" Samsung LED with a Klipsch surround system. A blueray disc (transformers on steroids) was playing and it was unbelievable. I don't think I could watch TV like that on a continual basis. I was exhausted and my eyes were dry due to them being wide open. I then proceeded to the "real" TV's. I coould not tell the difference between the 720 and the 1080p. The one option tha did make a difference was screen stabilization. This feature created a much more clear and crisp picture!!
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