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Found this relatively cheap model at Costco B&M yesterday. My main PC monitor is a Westy LCD so I'm familiar with the brand and reasonably satisfied.
I am using this primarily as a monitor for a miniHTPC, connected via dsub.
Colors, contrast, clarity, brightness, and viewing angles are all very good. The TV's menu system has only basic options, but it's reasonable if you don't intend to do a lot tweaking or need widgets.
Bad: Light bleed from corners, especially the top left. Looks bad, but so far I have only noticed this when the screen is completely blacked out. Playing videos, or on the desktop, the lighting looks uniform.
Also, one stuck green pixel near upper right corner. I can only see it when the screen is blacked out. I'm guessing little flaws like this are common for bottom-dollar sets.
My main issue is that the connection between the display and the base seems very flimsy, and I have this TV on a tall rolling cart so I can move it between rooms. I have given it it support on either side of the stalk using paperback books... kind of ghetto looking but reduces the worrying wobble when I move the cart. I don't think it would be an issue if you planned on leaving it in one place.
It's good for the price but not great, probably what you can expect for the price. Undecided if I will keep it.