Come November I was all set to purchase my first 3D display, the Panasonic 65VT25, which most who have reviewed it are heralding as the new benchmark display. Something really cool happened last week at Cedia that kind of threw a wrench in the works.... I won a 50" 3D system from the folks at LG. The system consists of their 50PX950 display, 3D Blu-ray player, 2 glasses and bundled movie. I am in the process of talking to LG about paying the difference to upgrade that 50" to their 60" model. I don't see a problem with them doing that. I am very thankful to the folks at LG and the last thing I want to do is to play down such a gracious prize package. The thing is, when it comes to plasma displays, Panasonic has been the one to beat. Since they have incorporated many of the Kuro specs into their high-end displays, you can expect outstanding black levels which for me is one of the most important features I look for. I know very little about LG and the quality of their displays. I know they are a Korean company and back in the day their displays weren't highly touted. From what I have read recently, that seems to have changed dramatically. I had a chance to look at the 50" display at Cedia and it looked outstanding on the floor. Here is a video of the display which appears right at the beginning. Of course the display was set to bright and vivid to exaggerate its colors, but nonetheless, I was very impressed with the quality of the 3D I was watching on it. I am very pleased that this display has a THX certified mode that would give me a proper 2D and 3D calibrated picture. That's a major plus. However, at the moment there are no professional reviews available on this display. So, knowing very little about LG, I am wondering if there are any owners of LG plasmas out there that can give some insight into the quality of their displays including black levels. I could sell this prize package and put it towards the Panasonic, but in a way, I am hoping that the display is comparable to the high end Panny model in most respects and that it would provide me with a satisfactory viewing experience. Thanks in advance.