Richer Sounds - £469.99 Panasonic Viera 42" TXL42E5B LED & Smart TV - 5 yr warranty! 4x HDMI, 2x USB, Freeview HD & SD Card.
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42" at hdtvtest http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/panasonic-tx-l42e5b-l32e5b-201207131935.htm
37" version here: http://www.trustedreviews.com/panasonic-tx-l37e5b_TV_review
Lots of useful info in that thread too:
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Featuring Panasonic's new IPS LED panel, the Panasonic TXL42E5 is more impressive than ever.
NEW IPS LED PANEL WITH 150HZ BACKLIGHT SCANNING
This, taken from the HDTV review, was one of the key pieces of information that sealed the purchase for me:
"The TXL42E5 yielded excellent results following basic calibration in [True Cinema] mode. The mass shades of warm colours that envelop Charlize Theron’s face, neck and chest were clearly visible, very close to a calibrated display. "
"IPS panels have the best grayscale tracking of all current flat-panel televisions (with the possible exception of OLED TV). So as predicted, the performance of the 42E5 was excellent and comparable to the calibrated Dell 2209WA. There was no visible evidence of any serious black crush or any form of gamma error.
The majority of HD content were beautifully rendered by the TX-L42E5B thanks to the new and improved 10-bit processor, which amended the issues we’ve noted on its predecessors.
We failed to spot any form of error that would normally destroy or severely impact picture quality, which remained clean and faithful to the source. Thanks the wide viewing angle of IPS Mode, the image quality appeared very natural and realistic. There was no hint of translucent blacks that is common to VA panels with excessive gamma shift.
Speaking of blacks, the Panasonic TX-L42E5 did a fantastic job retaining an acceptable level of shadow detail in a dimly-lit environment. However, F1 did highlight the out-of-sync backlight issue – fast moving segments were accompanied by 2-3 after-images, which proved rather distracting.
Playback of 24p material was faithful to its source as expected from Panasonic. In fact, the motion is comparable to digital cinemas."
I watched, via the SKY HD F1 channel, some footage yesterday and could see no such trailing images. While I didnt watch a full race I dont really watch F1 or football (no i'm not gay - LOL) so this doesn't bother me even if it did.
Gaming via the Wii & my HTPC has been perfect, I am SO SO pleased with this TV, I only hope everyone else is too!