Here's more advice, not sure on your budget.
This is what I got last July, Fry's had a silent sale on it in their store location and it was $1000 down from $1500.
Amazon has it on sale right now for $956 when you add it to the cart. This works fantastic for me with even coloring, I don't get any form of input lag with visuals in any game I've tried so far, runs natively in a 120hz mode which is a good help on that. Coloring and darkness are even, audio is freaking amazing for the setup it has though you can easily ramp it to an external set. It has a lot of jacks. The only downer to me is there's no dedicated RCA jack, it's shared so I have to pull out the RGB plugs. It's not a perfect solution, none of these sets will make an old system look totally fantastic, short of an external processing device or using an emulator and ramping the game through a modern system or a laptop via the HDMI port. The times I have used it, it just softened up the visuals enough it was like playing them more in their natural environment of the days which is a good thing to me.