Originally Posted by jhersco
Within the last two months, I compared a C8000 along side a Panny (I don't recall whether it was VT20 or VT25) at Magnolia inside Best Buy. White areas on the C8000 were noticeably pink compared to the Panny model. The difference was great enough to cause me to hold off until release of the 2011 models. Time will tell whether these models suffer the same problem.
But you can't tell anything from viewing the TVs in best buy. I compared a VT25 to a Samsung C8000 in best buy magnolia as well. Color, particularly skintones was just awful on the Samsung and comparatively great on the VT25.
In reality, the Samsung has better color, so it's all down to settings on that particular TV and the source material you're watching. And since they won't even let you play with a remote, viewing there is totally useless.
About the only things you can compare at Best buy are screen reflectivity and the look of the box.