There will always be a special place in my heart for this TV because it was my first entry into HD. For the price, I feel that it was a worthy buy and I had no complaints about the picture quality. This TV is 720P but at this size of 32 inches, the difference between 720P and 1080P is negligible. There is a decent amount of inputs: HDMI, component, composite, VGA, and digital optical. It also has dual-tuners for ATSC and NTSC. Menu options are rather limited, so tweaking the picture quality is rather quick as you can only really change things like the brightness, contrast, tint, and color. Hooked up to a PS3, I found blu-ray movies and games to look fine and I did not notice too much lag or ghosting. The TV has speakers but I would still recommend getting a separate sound system. The TV is fairly light and can be easily moved by one person. The color scheme of the TV is kind of strange as it is gray with a black border around the screen. It's a weird choice as most other TVs are fully black as with other electronic equipment. Overall, this is a great entry-level TV for someone looking to get into the world of HD or with a limited budget.
Downers Grove, IL