Summary: I have two of these exactely the same. GREAT PICTURE. I can only see good out of one eye and this is a MUST HAVE for me and I am so thank ful to have them. They were both given as gifts but my son who used to work for Circuit City and does a lot of checking things out on the computer, said these were as good as any other made.
Summary: Purchased this tv 1 year ago. Zero issues with it. VERY pleased! It's only a 720p, cable doesn't broadcast in 1080p anyways, so who cares! Look for this tv in the Sunday paper, and get it onsale. Def worth it! Only con is the sound isn't the best. I usually have to keep the volume up to 50. I would recommend a sound system.
Summary: I have had this tv for about a year and I really like it. Works perfectly, no real concerns. I play games from the PS3, hook it up to my computer to stream movies, and watch hdtv. I also own a Samsung 46" LCD 1080p, and there is really no difference in appearance of the movies and photos except when I play Blu-Ray (tiny bit clearer on the Samsung)or just the picture quality difference based on cable/satellite feed.
Summary: I have shopped for 50" plasmas for about 6 months and made a decision based on tons of research. Of course there are other TV's that offer "more features" but at the end of the day I was looking for a good picture and a TV that would last us for several years. I decided on the Panasonic 50" 720p, for the money it is definitely the best option! I could not be happier to this point with the decision.
Summary: This is the first Plasma TV that i have purchased and I am very happy with it. I wasn't willing to pay a premium to upgrade to 1080p resolution and the picture on this is very good plus I am not sure I'd be able to tell much of a difference between 780p and 1080p from where my couch is to the tv. Besides everyone that has seen it has complimented me on the picture which I think is a good sign of the picture quality.
Summary: I got this TV to replace an old 50" Zenith Plasma at the beginning of August 10. One of the MAIN draws was the price. I got it for just under $700 (delivered, unpacked, AND set up). A 50" Plasma for under $700!!! Amazon offered a 4 year warranty via Square Trade (ST) for $90. I've used them in the past w/o any issues.
Summary: This is our 3rd Panasonic Plasma and by far the cheapest one. The picture is great, and the inputs/outputs allow for a lot of different setups. A nice design is putting the controls and some inputs on the side where they can be accessed but not see from the front. The best value on a plasma and I do not notice any difference with 720p vs 1080p.
Summary: I received this tv a couple of weeks ago. It seems I am never truly happy with anything and I figured this Plasma tv would be no different. I absolutely love this tv. I was hesitant on getting the 720p but now I am so glad I saved the Money because the picture quality is just perfect. The gloss black frame looks real sharp and I am still blown away by the HD experience. I highly recommend this tv.
Summary: Bought this tv as my first plasma about a week ago (my other tv is an lcd) and I have nothing but good things to say about it so far. Picture quality is great with blu-ray, from 6 ft away from the tv I don't see the point in paying more for the 1080. No motion blur or color problems so far, looks amazing! Speakers on the TV are decent, but if you will be watching movies or really want a good experience i'd recommend an external speaker setup.