Summary: The colors and picture on this TV is incredible. It is absolutely beautiful and I love watching it. I do however agree with another review that do not by a broken plasma as fixing them is usually more costly than jst purchasing a new one.
Summary: I did a ton of research before purchasing this TV. My brother-in-law just bought a Sony LCD, and I had the opportunity of viewing that for a month before buying this one. In my opinion, plasmas blow LCDs away in picture quality. This is especially true when it comes to the black levels.
Summary: I've had this TV for approximately 2 weeks now - It's my first Plasma TV - replaced a 10 year old 46" LCD television. After visiting every local store and kicking tires - I was sold that Plasma was the way to go.
Summary: I purchased this set from a major chain after doing quite a bit of research and I couldn't be happier. Lots of features, stunning picture in both SD and HD. A few things to keep in mind: - Having something this large delivered is always a bit tricky.
Summary: I spent many months researching Plasma TVs on the Internet and in Consumer Reports. Panasonic always ended up being the best. So I bought the TH-50PX60U and couldn't be happier The picture quality is excellent when viewing High Definition and is near CRT quality when viewing Digital Cable TV.
Summary: It's easy to fall into 'paralysis by analysis' when you're looking at buying a HDTV, so many choices, so many factors to consider. Here are some suggestions if you're looking at a flat panel: 1) Do you want the latest and greatest (is being on the cutting edge important)?
Summary: Well, what do you want to hear about first? The TV or the shipper? First, the TV. This is my first step into big TV waters. I wanted one mainly for DVDs. And I did not want buyer's remorse after spending this much for a television.