Thought I'd provide some comments for anyone interested in one of the new trio of Panasonic Plasma TVs. The specific one I bought was the 37" (TH-37PX50U) because that's all that would fit the space but the 42" and 50" sizes seem virtually identical in all the important aspects. I won't bother to post the info on it, if you're not familiar with it, take a look here: http://www2.panasonic.com/webapp/wcs...00000000005702 Immediately after setup the TV was calibrated with the Video Essentials DVD. Video is routed directly to the TV and all audio goes to a Denon 2802 AVR. My video sources are: -- Digital cable box (SA3250) connected via S-video routed through a standalone TiVo DVR -- the TiVo via S-video -- Coax (RF) connection for outside antenna -- Toshiba DVD player (not progressive scan) via component video -- Panasonic VCR via composite video Initial Setup Setup for the TV was easy and I let it scan the antenna input to find stations. To my surprise there was no trouble at all pulling in a large number of local (DC metro area) stations via the old antenna. The analog broadcasts were good-to-okay as expected but the digital equivalents were beautiful and the HD broadcasts were amazing . In one instance I couldn't get a Baltimore station in analog but the digital broadcast was great. Video Comments In all cases the colors were deep, blacks were really black and detail extremely good. The HD broadcast of a football game was the best image on a TV I've ever seen. Very, very impressive. With analog stations on the cable box and TiVo output the picture is good-to-very good, usually comparable to what I had on the Sony 32" tube it replaced. However the increased resolution on the Panasonic emphasizes the flaws in the picture so sometimes the analog stations and TiVo's compressed output don't looks as good as on the tube. Digital stations from the cable box or over-the-air are excellent, much better than any broadcast/cable output I'd seen on the Sony tube. And of course anything in HD is just not in the same ballpark! DVD's look superb; even without progressive scan, the increased resolution makes a good DVD look even better. And the widescreen picture vs. the letterbox makes the experience even better! My thoughts This TV is just as good as the reviews say. I have no hesitation in recommending it at all--for the price I can't imagine how I could have done better. It looks great turned off and turned on its even more impressive across a broad range of video inputs. Setup was easy and the instructions straightforward. I didn't need them much which says something about how well they designed it, but I did read through them to see how good they were. After calibration, the TV looks excellent with digital cable channels, and spectacular with DVD or HD inputs. Colors are exceptionally good and light level dynamics are impressive. Blacks really are and yet shadow detail holds up. Bottom line is that I have to agree with just about everyone who has reviewed them: Panasonic got this series right. Excellent choice for a widescreen, HD TV.