Does anyone know if there is any danger to the new style tv's (lcd, led, etc) being in a sub-freezing temps for extended periods?? I don't have one at the cottage, but am thinking about it. The problem is, I don't heat the cottage during the winter; only when I show up for the day or afternoon. The temps get well below freezing and I would hate to damage the new tv. I went there today for the afternoon and walked into a temp of 20f inside. It took about two hours for the nc-13 to warm up to 70, but then it was time to leave. I have a tube type tv with a built in dvd now, and I can only imagine that such drastic temp swings can't be all that good for it.