Summary: The TV is great and is our first major flat screen purchase. Blue ray and gaming are just unreal picture quality. I did much research on the different types of TV's and was a bit nervous purchasing a plasma, however I am no more. We originally saw the GT model at Best Buy and the picture was great and really got me re-thinking about going Plasma vs LED.
Very good picture but unfortunately this technology is already obsolete
D. F. Watt "dfwatt", Amazon
30 July 2013
Summary: This is going to be short but sweet - I've had the TV for a year, and in the interim has had a chance to purchase or use several other TVs. Pros: 1) when properly set up, excellent color, deep contrast and excellent black levels 2) good Wi-Fi functionality, allowing use of Netflix, Amazon prime, etc. straight from the TV and without Having to use Blu-ray players, Play Stations etc. to stream content.
The best 55 inch TV money can buy: A critical review
Dan134 "dan134", Amazon
19 July 2013
Summary: The Panasonic P55VT60 is without a doubt the best 55 inch television one can purchase. Very low minimum light level means deep blacks and great contrast. Colors pop without being unnatural, and motion handling is the best I've ever seen on a TV. If you're in the market for a 60 or 65 inch TV, the ZT60 is slightly better with bright room viewing, at around 500 dollars more.
It just came out, I just got one, here is some advice.
1 May 2013
Summary: I bought the Panasonic VT30 18 months ago a few months after it was launched. It recently died, six months out of manufacturers warranty. However, repair was impossible because Panasonic no longer makes replacement boards for the VT30 (after less than two years on the market!). After bickering about the vagueries of my extended third party warranty in this apparently spectacularly unique set of circumstances, I was finally offered the VT60 as a replacement (score!).