Summary: The 32 inch Sony Bravia is an excellent TV for a bedroom or other small room. I have two of these TV's and have been very impressed with the picture quality. For a 740P resolution television, it is sharper than I expected. Shipping and arrival were as advertised.
Summary: This is our 2nd Sony Bravia. The only problem was one corner had a highlighted area. An Amazon rep noted this in case of future problems. She explained in detail and assured me that even after the 30 days Sony always backs their products. I has satisfied with the explanation and in no way did I feel the need to return it. The sound and picture are great and I could not ask for anything more.
Summary: (EDIT, Nov. 19: I've left the initial text as is. Revised settings appear at the end). Full disclosure: I did not purchase this through Amazon. I bought the Sony KDL-32EX340 because my old Vizio died on me. The base of the TV is separate, and you'll have to attach it yourself; they include the three screws, but you'll need a Phillips head screwdriver. At first, I was annoyed, but when I had to move, this feature came in handy (luckily, I had kept the original box).
Summary: Easy TV set-up but the wall mount was a booger. I ordered one off of ... shhhh... e-bay, and they sent the wrong one BUT because shipping it back was 1/2 the price of the unit I kept it and sought out the right screws. I contacted SONY and together --mostly by my police work, we located the M-4 screws and I mounted it onto a tilt unit. For under $300 this TV is a charm.
Summary: Very good product. Not the latest model in Sony's 32in. product line but it had a big advantage for me : a VGA(15 pin submini) input that allowed the connection of my PC(this feature not present in the current model). Easy to set up and use,excellent picture,OK sound. "Options" menu quite helpful. Found a "clear voice" option that in most cases makes me forgo the close captioning. HDMI control allows use of TV remote for my Sony streaming box.