Thanks for starting the thread BlackJack3!
I've had the 32" for about a week and a half. I have mine hooked up to a pc and it's my primary display for work related stuff(video editing, 3D compositing, photoshop, etc...)and stays on 24/7. I'm an addicted pc gamer and love to watch movies on the GP1U when the kids are watching their shows on the "big" set, a 57" Hitachi rpt.
I've owned 2 westinghouse lvm 37"w3s and the first was returned due to the panel pulling away from the bezel, and the second had horrible clouding issues. The shear size started giving me severe headaches from eye strain, so I downsized to a 24" Gateway. After gaming on the 37" the 24" turned out to be way too "small".
I heard reports coming out of CES about options for a 32" tv, and decided to wait for the Sharp to be released. I usually wait for favorable reviews before buying anything, but 32" and 1080P sounded like the right combination. A friend purchased one right before I did, so I got a chance to see it, before I bought one for myself.....I've been extremely pleased with this set. Has all the right connections for future add-ons...has excellent contrast ratio and viewing angle is better than anything else I've seen out there. The color and contrast stay very true whether viewing from above/below or side to side.
I had some backlight uneveness when I first got the set but it's evened out considerably over the past week, and is practically undetectable even in a dark room.
I purchased a 5 year in-home service contract with the set, as I plan on keeping this one for a long time. It's a bit pricey but I'm sure they'll come down in price, but I felt it was a fair price for all that this unit has to offer. To really appreciate this set you have to see it for yourself. Some of the pictures I've seen posted just don't do justice to this eye popping display....it's really that good. I work in the broadcast industry and I'm pretty picky about monitors...due to the fact that I stare at them most of the day.
Don't just take my word for it...go out and see this tv for yourself and compare.
Good luck hunting!