I am completely overwhelmed with all of the information here. Hell, I can't even decide if I want Plasma, LCD, or LED. So I ask for your kindness in helping me select a TV.
- Would like a thin bezel. I'm really distracted by huge ones.
- Spending as little as possible. Maximally, $700.
- No bigger than 42".
- Would stream MLB.tv from an AppleTV or computer just fine.
I'm planning to mount the TV on the wall that's 73" long. Floor-to-ceiling windows form the entire 'wall' at the bottom of the blueprint from the rightmost wall until the 9.25" jut. Those windows have blinds and should block out most light. Speaking of the light, the apartment's in Brooklyn on the 9th Floor of a building. The aforementioned windows face south. I'm guessing there will be a good amount of light coming in at all times of the year.
Right now I'm leaning toward this: http://www.amazon.com/LG-42PA4500-42...VV4XPKGQ1JP5TH
It seems to meet my criteria at a great price. But that also worries me. 720p seems low, but at the 11'-12' distance I'd watch from it should be ok. I'm not looking for any special Internet features so that seems good too. I just want MLB.tv, PS3, and other potential computer-based sources to appear fine at 11'-12'. I'm also worried by the lack of reviews on here. Maybe it's so cheap for a bad, bad reason.
If so, what other comparable sets I should look at? Or does this TV fit my needs perfectly?
Thank you, brave souls, in advance.