Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U
Good to know, then one could say as far a VA panel tech goes from best to worst (not sure about Sharp though):
For HDTVs, YES you could tentatively
The other matrices still have some advantages. For example, A-MVA and S-MVA have slightly better color accuracy and at least A-MVA has slightly lower input lag, which is likely one of the reasons they're more popular in computer monitors. They may have better subpixel layouts for rendering text as well.
For HDTVs, those things are less important, and contrast, black levels, and viewing angle become more important for the overall picture quality - and in these areas, S-PVA has the lead.
Sharp's ASV panels are supposed to have faster response times than the other VA panels (S-PVA included), so I'm a little confused about the "purple trailing" complaints people were having. ASV does have lighter blacks and worse viewing angles then S-PVA, but they should be still similar to the other VA panels in those regards.