Finally, the respected Tom's Hardware Guide has published an English version of their review of 32" LCD TVs (the French version of the review was online now for weeks). They have reviewed these TV sets: LG RZ30LZ50 ViewSonic N3200W IIYAMA L323W-S Toshiba 32WL48G Phocus LCD 30 WM S Philips 30PF9946/12 Hyundai HQL320WR I really like their objective methodology in assessment of color and delay of the panels. Instead of just watching some movies and giving some obscure subjective measures of the quality, they have really measured these things with a very good approach. However, no review is complete. What I didn't like about this review was: They didn't include the 32PF9986 as the flagship Philips TV Their methodology about Video Quality was not very clear (which source and what connection they used?) They didn't include the latest models (Isn't 32WL48G now discontinued?) They didn't even touch the quality of the tuner and other features the separate a TV from a simple Monitor Overall, I feel they have reviewed the TVs more like a LCD monitor but agian, they have provided usefull insights into subjects like the quality of color reporduction of these TVs. For example I couldn't beleive Tosh 32WL48G has such a poor black level (take a look at some of their LCD monitors: some of ghe top LCD monitors have a black level down to 0.25, nearly an order of magnitude less than 32WL48G!) also I expected much better spatial uniformity in the more expensive TVs . All in all, a good review and is highly recommended.