I saw the wlt58 running HD against about 10 other HD sets and its HD performance was the worst. This was on the 32inch though.
I then read a mag. Active Vision I think which reviewed 10 HD ready LCD's. All the top LCD's which included the Panny52, latest Sony, Sammy r series and the top of the range Philips were reviewed. The mag was only impressed with the SD quality of the Philips and the Toshiba. They though were not impressed with the HD picture of the Toshiba as they said it suffered from motion blur.
It was interesting in view of what I saw in Comets. Therefore I would try and see the Tosh running HD before buying. You could try sevenoaks if you have one near you. They had a lot of sets running HD. I did not pay attention to the Tosh in there though as I was more interested in seeing the set I had.
I was thinking of buying the same model, but spooted your post regarding the new generation of models with higher res.
marty2005, do the new models have picture in picture feature?
Do you have any info on pricing please?
Thanks, but you are supposed to be telling me why NOT to buy it
I'm pretty much decided after looking at the Bravias (S has PC input but no picture enhancement an the V is the other way around!). The Samsung 40" has a lot going for it (it's cheap!), but the Tosh' is the only current model that I know of that has VGA and 2 HDMI inputs along with HD capable component too.
The money and the number of HD inputs are the key issues with me. Any newer models with have more inputs but they will most likely cost a lot more too as the current models will be cleared at reduced prices, presumably.