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Yeah... On top of that, for those who want the 120Hz, but don't want to exactly pay top dollar for going 10-bit, then I'd say that the W4100 may just be the "sweet spot" for those who are looking to enter the Bravia market. I mean, the W4100 may just be enough to consider some futureproofing, just so long as the picture quality will make it worth going between the V and Z Series, and accepting that difference.
Just depends on how much "Big River" can discount them, tho, that'll be the deciding factor, as I'm still going for that $2K budget on a 46".
As of right now, the V4100 already MSRPs at that, so I'm hoping that Big River will bring the W4100 to around that. They just did that with the A650, so I'd expect no different from the Sony camp.
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