For the first time in years, I've recently gotten large prints made of several of my photos. While I enjoy them, I tend to get bored looking at the same prints all the time. I also despair when I see our old artwork (that we used to really like) cluttering up our storage space and wonder if someday these new photos will just add to the clutter. Meanwhile, we have a little 8"x10" digital photo frame with some of my wife's old family snapshots that seems to captivate friends when they visit. This has led me to thinking about the possibility of getting a dedicated large screen tv to use to display photos. What I imagine doing is putting a few hundred of my favourite photos on it, hanging it in our main living area and having them display for 10-30 seconds each. This would require getting a new TV as we don't have a TV in that area, but it seems like it could be done for the cost of nicely printing and framing several photos. Have any of you done this and how has it worked? Are there reasonably priced TV's that can do justice to photos? What resolution is required to maximize the photo quality? What size would work well and be suitable for m4/3 photos? Do you have a smart TV that you can just plug in a USB drive or do you have a computer somehow connected that drives everything? Pros and cons? Other considerations?