Will watch and wait.
Had a chance to look at new Sony's. They are pretty nice and in same price range.
Oh good grief, now I've heard everything there is to hear about best buy. Holy crap.
BTW, there's considerable confusion out there as to whether or not certain LG screen models are actually IPS. It used to be "If it's passive 3D, then it's also IPS" (and in fact, this was stated by LG in their tech journals), but that's just not the case. Unlike Panasonic which establishes firmly in writing that their IPS models are *always* IPS, LG models just do not make that claim. You need to do the Lupe test to see the shape of the sub-pixels.
I've had a 60" LM7200 for about 6 months now. I'm not sure if I missed an answer to my dilemma so my apologies if this has already been asked and answered in the thread already. I didn't notice it at first but there seems to be a lot of blurred images when anything on-screen moves quickly (i.e. a head turning to the side quickly or a car driving fast past stationary objects). It's noticeable when using both the TV input (Verizon FIOS) and Blu-ray player. I'll freely admit that no one would call me a techie but I've playe with the video settings a little with no results. Anyone out there have any suggestions?