Summary: Pioneer and Panasonic makes great plasma TV. However, loses to the LCD TV for the "burn in" problem. When "burn in" happens most of time it goes away, but sometimes it doesn't, leaving a image in the TV screen.
Pros: good picture quality with high contrast ratio to display perfect dark scenes.
Cons: Too expensive for what it has to offer. Subject to "burn in" when viewing still images or pausing the video.
Summary: Don't know what Ian is suggesting when he says "tune in BBC HD if you're lucky" absolutely no problem doing that or any free to air channels HD or SD so long as you connect your dish feed to the media box also what does Ian mean by "multiple boxes" only one media box to connect, perhaps he means...
Pros: Does what you'd expect a good tv to do displays excellent Image performance/quality
Summary: The flexability of the settings, although very thorough do take quite some researching with some trials to get the them just right, but they're once achieved the pleasure is all yours. I've owned this tv for over a year now and I never get bored or disapointed.
Summary: To be honest, nothing I could say about the bad side in performance. After I have seen SONY X4500 in my friend's house, I found that KRP-500A is way above the quality of TVs currently on market. The reason I say it is far better is because that X4500 does make my eyes feel sore after moving a movie.
Pros: The natural color of television, and the performance of darkness
Cons: Dust getting on the whole black surface requires frequent cleaning
Excerpt: When I heard that this TV was a 'limited edition', I pretty much bought it based on that. Given my recent coming into money, I thought it would be really cool to own a TV that only 1000 other people own, which it is. And it's an amazing TV to boot!
Summary: Me quedé sorprendido al ver una televisión de la marca Pioneer, normalmente veo de todo tipo, ya sean en casa de amigos o familiares, incluso en los bares donde solemos ir a tomar algo, pero la marca Pioneer me dejó con la boca abierta.