Summary: I have had this Television since November 2000 and have completely loved it. The picture is absolutely incredible once calibrated. DVD is phenomenal. Still haven't purchased a HDTV receiver, but I have seen the set on the showroom floor a number of times with HDTV - Flawless picture! Continually amazed with picture delviered!!!
Summary: I purchased this TV 2 weeks ago and the joy hasn't warn off yet. The picture is breathtaking and I think more highly of this TV with every new DVD I watch. The first DVD I watched was the SuperBit version of The Fifth Element. All I can say is that it was money well spent. Truly a videophile's TV. You won't be disappointed.
Summary: I was going to buy a home theatre, but i didn't have a very big room, so I couldn't fit a projection TV in there without it looking very good since I would be sitting very close to it. I thought my chances of having a home theatre were slim to none, because there arent very many widescreen(16:9) tube TVs out there. So I went into an electronics store that my friend owned, and his brother was the specialist for home theatre-type equipment and installing them.
Summary: I bought the Panasonic CT34WX50. I love it. The wife thinks its a phenominal picture, but that we should have bought a bigger set. This set makes cable television images look smooth - no lines, DVDs are breathtaking, and Over The Air true HighDef sources are absolutely awesome (with SIR-T150 Digital TV receiver). Wife and I just keep saying "wow...wow...wow" with every scene change.
Summary: I was in the store, looking for TVs, and stumbled upon this one. The picture quality was one of the best I've seen--including the Sony's that were on display also. I am going to pick it up this week, I talked to other people about it, and they also loved this television. Basically, for me, the deciding factor was picture quality, and price. This was by far the cheapest (...), and the picture quality was on par with a Sony (...).
Summary: Great picture, many features and a multitude of color adjustments possible. This is a very heavy TV, pricy, but if you can afford this is the unit you want. The wide screen is what seperates this unit from the rest plus it's size doesn't dominate a room but it's 34" picture is large enough even in my 20'x14'room. The 1080I format seems to be where the industry is heading with CBS being the first major network now transmitting exclusivly in this format.