Ok, I know it seems really sketchy to buy a display rptv but now the situation I'm in is making me rethink my position.... Some of you know about my ongoing ordeal of trying to find a decent 32" direct view HD ready set. Basically they all have something that I'm don't really like and it seems like a lot of money to buy something that doesn't make me completely happy. I've gone through two sets so far, a Samsung and a Panasonic, and I have a Sony on order. The Sony will cost $1400 delivered with no warranty, so it'll be around $1700 with a 5 year plan. Anyway, on to the RPTV situation. I have the option of either buying the Sony 32" direct view for $1700 with the warranty or a Panasonic 47" widescreen (pt47wx51)rptv for $1500 with a 5 year warranty. The Panasonic is a display model but it has only been on display for about a month. The display model would be from Tweeter so the sets are turned down from torch mode when they are put on the floor and there are movies playing on the constantly. Normally I wouldn't even consider buying this TV but I figure as long as there's no burn in or physical defects everything else should be covered by the warranty, right? Am I missing any major problems that could arise and not be covered because it's a display model? I would much rather get the Panny because of the size, aspect ratio, etc. but I really don't want to end up regretting my decision so I figured I'd ask the experts and see what you thought. Buying this TV has been more difficult and time consuming than buying my car, at least it's more fun than a HYundai .