OP that Vizio you're considering seems popular enough but it may be on the lower end of the scale. If you can get it from a place that has a great return policy or inexpensive extended protection plans than it may be worth a "trial run".
If you don't mind a panel crapshoot then wait for the 32LH30
to go on sale again (LG IPS or an AUO panel). Both panels are reported to work well as PC monitors, people seem to prefer the S-IPS panel but exact details as to "why" seem hard to find (?)
still seems to carry the LG S-IPS panel, but that may be a crapshoot also (?)
Both TV's can still be found in a lot of stores, so a google product check
may not find all of the merchants. You may have to "manually" head over to sears.com, walmart.com, amazon.com, bestbuy.com, costco.com, Target.com, tigerdirect.com, newegg.com, samsclub.com, monitoroutlet.com, Dell.com and do some price checking. Don't forget to use bing cashback
which would knock a chunk of the price off.
Newegg recently had the 32LF11 on sale for dirt cheap, and Bing cashback
was just the icing on the cake.