Summary: let me start this off by saying I had originally purchased a Samsung 55d6900 LED television from Best Buy with two pairs of 3D glasses for $2199.. after using that TV for a few weeks I realized it had some shortcomings for the $2200 price.. The glare was horrible and the motion was soo jagged it drove me crazy..
Summary: The Panasonic ST series sits at the perfect price point for those who are looking for a high quality television without breaking the bank. The ST series loses the THX designation and some of the advanced adjustment features of the Panasonic GT and VT series, but it allows you to get a very good television under the 50in. minimum of the higher-end series. My experience with the television over the last few weeks has been positive.
Summary: My 1st 2 deliveries arrived with the screen having very minute shattered glass, The picture is of course awesome - I have not noticed the flickering people refer to. BUT it has annoying habit on occasion of frequently powering down - anyone got any ideas - its not the power save feature
Summary: I purchased this TV on December 2011. When purchasing I was fully aware of the fluctuating brightness issue and had done extensive research around it. However, given the price value of the tv and the reputation/quality of the panasonic plasma brand compared to other plasma tv brands I decided to purchase this model knowing full well that it could have issues.
Summary: I was looking at this TV and Mitsubishi 82" since they are about the same price then I came to a local store to check them out in person. The Mitsubishi 82" is huge but its picture quality isn't that great, so dull and dim. I guess people will sacrifice quality for size. The store only had the 65vt30 on display and I loved it at the first sight; however, the VT was around $2800.
Summary: Great features. Deep, rich blacks and shadow detail. Tons of settings to get exactly what you want. BUT.....on the third week anniversary of my installation, a thick black line appeared horizontally along the left side of the screen, about 2 inches in. My call to Panasonic went quickly and cordially, and a local servicer will be here on Monday. I will update this review after that visit. This is an excellent product, and I hope to bring several more stars to my review.