Summary: Couldn't recommend Vizio, although it appears from others' comments on other brands' some don't start out with good picture or sound at all! My Vizio performed beautifully until it died. Confused as to what brand to replace with on this size screen (limited space) but Vizio is still cheaper and nice while it lasts.
Pros: Beautiful picture and design; sound fine.
Cons: Didn't last beyond 3 years; paid $500 at Walmart in 2008, in 2011, one month after Walmart's 2yr Extended Warranty expired, got no power (learned it is common). Cost to repair close to current purchase price of current models approx over $200.
Summary: Great TV and Perfect Size for what was needed. Product description was spot on. the product would of been perfect for viewing but the stand does not tilt at all, which is something we had to get used to
Summary: So far this tv/monitor has worked great for me. I use the PC input most often. it says "RGB PC" but it also accepts VGA [VGA cable carries an RGB signal]. There are plenty of inputs, and, when I don't use it for my computer, I like to hook my GameCube up via the A/V. It also has 2 HDMI, an S-video, component, 2x L and R audio, and a PC audio inputs. It says "720p" but it is actually 768p [kind of a random number, I guess]. The display is nice and it has very rich colors.
Summary: I bought this TV partially because of the name brand, but it is an awesome TV now that I have it. The picture is clear and vivid, sound quality is excellent, price was a great deal. Overall, I am highly satisfied!