60" 4:3 HD RPTV Price Paid: $1248 at www.electronicsalley SUMMARY: I'm exceedingly pleased with the product. I've been checking all the NFL games out in HD and movies, lots and lots of movies. Philips HDTV's are bargains for what you get, and if you get a darn good price on a Philips, it becomes a screaming extreme bargain. Video performance is jaw dropping on this set. A friend brought the Full Screen 4:3 version DVD of the Hulk over last night, whoa, almost a new level of performance, and the screen seemed Movie theater big on the monster 4:3 format set letting the TV do the progress scanning from a cheap non-progressive scan DVD player, for a mind blowing experience. Surprisingly good flick too. Who should buy this HDTV: Budget minded consumers that are not video tweakers, and just want a great picture with only a minimal tweaking of the picture controls needed. Those who should not buy this HDTV: I would think the truest videophiles would be disapointed in the fact the picture controls are limited, especially compared to other HDTV models. STRENGTHS: (Pros) About the largest 4:3 format screen size possible in any type of HDTV except front projection. Amazing picture quality on DVD, it's own NTSC tuner (non HD), SVIDEO sources, and full 1080i HDTV. Easy to use menus with simple to use picture controls. 56" Full Res 1080i HDTV 16:9 widescreen format. Good progressive scan performance from cheap non-progressive scan DVD players. Slim foot print for such a large HDTV RPTV. Low total to my door price as the stated purchase price included delivery. WEAKNESSES: (Cons) Only one true Component HDTV input, Limited picture controls in user menus, Only one user save-able picture controls set shared by all sources, No PIP when viewing HDTV, only limited PIP when viewing DVD on the component video DVD inputs, no 720p support at all.