Hi all. I need a little bit of help picking out a UPS or battery back up. The need for the battery backup is a little un-computer-related. But I know a lot of people here have experience with battery backups, and in all the forums I've searched, no one seems to want to answer me. Here is my dillema. I have a DLP TV. DLP's have lamp's in them, which need to be properly cooled after the TV is turned off. After I turn my TV off, I can still hear the lamp fans running for 2 minutes. So I know that the cooloff period for my TV is 2 minutes. Here is where I need the help of all of my fellow TPUers. Seeing as how I live in TX, and theres a thunderstorm about every other day, the risk for power outage is almost a constant. If the power goes out while I am using the TV, the lamp could blow due to improper cooling. My plan is to plug the TV into a battery backup or UPS. As soon as I see that the power has gone out, I will turn off my TV, and let the lamp fans run off of the battery back up. The TV runs at 270 watts when turned on, and does standby (lamp fans) at 20 watts. Unfortunately, I know NOTHING about UPS's, and what to look for when shopping for one. What I need, is a UPS that will allow me around 1-2 minutes to turn the TV off, and still give the TV 5 minutes worth of power for cooling (I know it only needs 2 minutes, but just to be safe) Does anyone know what I should be looking for? What kind of VA rating, or any of those things? Any help is GREATLY appreciated. Thanks in advance everyone.