Summary: Everyone wants to sell you a virtual cinema screen TV. 22 inches is just fine. This was bought for the kitchen and works well. It was inexpensive and a good buy by Consumer Reports. It is not a 1080 screen, Oh Well! It's a small screen you don't need that many DPI with a small screen.
Summary: I had been looking for a 22 inch tv for my rv for some time. At first I purchased a Samsung 5003 but the color was way off and after a few service calls to Samsung, I ended up returning it to the store. Samsung was of no help. The setup for this Sony couldn't have been easier.
Summary: This replaced a tube TV in a dining room. The old TV had still been working well so I had something to quickly compare the new TV to and, for a few weeks, I was not able to be fully satisfied with the new image. It is incredibly sharp and shows very fine details (when broadcast).
Summary: i bought this TV for 3 reasons,1. first it barley fit under my cabinet at 15.5 inches with the stand!2. It has a Digital QUAM tuner for cable HD without a box!3. its A SONY The menus and setup is a no brainer so i like that.
Summary: We didn't research a whole lot befor buying this TV, but it seems that my decreased hearing deals with zero problems with the clear sound of a Sony, while all or most other brands seem to mumble.
Summary: I got this TV after returning a 24 inch from another brand that had problems with sound config in conjunction with my Sony HTIB. This TV works perfectly with Bravia Sync, but most of all the picture is great even with regular and digitial cable channels (non-HD).