Hello! My Panasonic P42ST30 Plasma tv recently developed a massive fault, both the board and the screen went on the right side and it would cost too much to fix so JL said I could have any tv up to what I paid for the original tv to replace it. As they don't stock anything similar any more (no plasmas in 42inch and no 3d, not that I care about 3d) I've decided that switching over to LED would perhaps be a good idea. Panasonic Viera TX-L42E6B seems to be the only real choice in 42" but whenever I think of LCD I think of the massive problems I've had with dead pixels on tvs, games consoles and monitors in the past. Is this still a thing and are Panasonic understanding about dead pixels or do they say you can live with up to 5 like Sony? On Google I haven't seen the words dead pixel and panasonic referenced since 2006 so I don't have any info to go on. I hope I am making the right choice, please let me know! Thanks!