Summary: I bought this right after black friday in 2010 at walmart for $499, i still have it up and running and its perfect for me. I watch alot of sports, movies and play video games on it and it looks awesome.
Summary: i shouldn't complain much - i got this on clearance for only 269 from target...but i was replacing a Panasonic TH-42PX600U which was the best series of early plasmas so my standards are high. this is a decent tv and seems comparable in many ways except two. 1.
Summary: I have owned this TV for a year. It has a great picture and I have no screen reflection problems. Sound quality is not as good as a Panasonic Plasma TH-42PX600U that I had in this location before moving it.
Summary: So, we ended up needing a new TV in a hurry, and didn't have a bunch of money to spend. After checking out a bunch of various models, we ended up deciding that the Panasonics had, by far, the best bang for the buck, especially for 720p models.
Summary: I am no expert on HDTV but am satisfied with this TV for the money I paid for it. The picture is good and it has ample connections as far as I am concerned. It is a good looking TV to look at and has enough options and adjustments to meet all my wants.
Summary: I'm 25 and have been using my 27" tube TV I got for Christmas when I was 16. I finally caved and decided it was time for an upgrade. The whole plasma vs LCD stuff made the decision to buy a HDTV that much more intimidating. Then there's the 720p vs 1080p. Oh yeah, and now there's LED and 3D HDTVs.
Summary: I found myself in Best Buy on Christmas eve at 2PM hoping to score a $500 Dynex 46" LCD 1080P. Alas they were all gone; but as I turned to leave I saw this beautiful Panasonic Plasma for only $549. What a deal.