So, I picked up an 46" RCA LED the other day and the picture looks great (after tweaking the settings) when I sit in front of the TV, but as soon as I get about a foot or two to the side, it gets much lighter and has some weird shadows. From what I've been reading, this sounds like it is related to the type of panel, as my 32" LG LED does not have this issue, nor does the old 50" Hitachi Rear Projection LCD we have. Does anyone here happen to know much about this RCA LED? All the reviews I find online seem to be very positive, which has me wondering if RCA uses various panels for the same TV and I just got one with a bad panel. I thought I had scored a great deal, but the off angle viewing is really irritating me. Granted, it is 1080p, 120Hz, etc, which is all stuff I wanted, but not sure if the viewing angle issue is just with the set I received or with all sets with this model number. Any tips, insights, or links are very much appreciated. If anything, the RCA might have the best picture straight on, but definitely not at a 45 degree angle.