I waited around for several years for these Samsung TV's to fall in price. Truth is, they probably won't, and even if they do, your looking at a 25.00 difference in another year or two. I broke down this week and purchased this TV. I am very pleased. It was simple to setup and get working using my digital Satellite feed, and the picture quality kills my slightly older Samsung 40". The older version of this TV had front mounted speakers, while this one has rear, so be expected to add a sound bar or surround setup to this TV for premium sound. We used it in a bedroom, so the sound is fine with us. The TV was a perfect fit for our bedroom, however a 27" would have been ok, but the prices are so close your crazy not to just opt for the 32. Same for the 720 vs. 1080, the price is too close to pass the 1080 up! Remember unless you stretch your SD images your looking at a 22" image square on a 32" widescreen, which retains the SD image as it's meant to be seen. I typically view SD programming in this box and stretch HD to normal 16:9. Many people just stretch their SD to fit the entire screen, but this stretches peoples faces, same on all TV's, so keep that in mind. This is only noticeable on larger TV's. Wal-Marts price is dead on with most other retailers, and they offer a cheaper priced, sometimes longer warranty as well, so you can't go wrong buying here! After comparing the other high quality brand which you all know Wal-Mart now sells, the Samsung was the way for me. The picture quality and options overall just far surpass any other brand, plus I have had almost 10 years experience with all Samsung products, and not a one has quit on me yet. Quit waiting and value shopping, and buy a TV that will impress you every time you watch it!
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