Count me in as another person in the "where are the 42 inch 1080p plasmas?" group. I'm not sure why I should be so unusual. Clearly there is a big market still for 42 inch screens, as basically every model of LED is made in a 42 inch size. If I wanted to go LED, I would have dozens of choices, all at good, competitive prices. But my "program" as far as I have researched it, definitely calls for a plasma -- I watch almost exclusively movies and sports, I never watch TV in the daytime, and my living room is fairly dark anyways, picture quality is of paramount importance to me, I don't like a TV that's too bright in a dark room, I don't care about thinness, etc., I don't watch shows chirons etc. that could present burn in issues, etc. But I'm also pretty sure that I wan't a 40 or 42 inch TV. It's the right size for where it's going, anything bigger will dominate the room in a way that is unacceptable to me, and the seating for it is not more than eight feet away. I could somewhat buy the argument that at 42 inches, 720p and 1080p aren't that different, but it just seems insane to me to in 2013 buy a 720p screen when 1080p's can be had for less than $400, and I plan to keep the TV for at least 10 years, and I willing to bet by then 1080p sources will be more or less standard, if not something higher. But on top of that, I am willing to spend a little more to get something closer to the top level of PQ, and the 720p's don't even come close to that. So I was very disappointed to learn that I couldn't buy a new 1080p plasma screen right now. I do have my eye on the S60, so we'll see about that, hopefully someone will be selling it for at least a bit off MSRP.