The cheapest of the bunch runs $1,599 and gives you 73" of screen.
You're not going to find DLP sets anywhere else, but Mistubishi seems to be pretty okay with that. Having 100% of the market isn't exactly a bad thing.
Their latest additions to their lineup offer absolutely massive screens at entry-level pricing. For 82", a six-color processor and a 120Hz sub-frame field you'll only be shelling out $2,599. Of course, the price starts to go up if you're looking for 3D or Smart TV features.
The 642 series gives you 3D, while the 742 comes with a built in emitter, Wi-Fi capability with an add-on adapter, Vudu, and iOS control. The new 92" version comes in at $4,999.
The 842 series features everything the 742 does but adds a 16-driver speaker array and subwoofer output, has three new additions. You can get the 742 in 73", 72" and 92" starting at $2,199.
Source: Electronic House