I've found some intresting issues with the Orcom OP-42TN2 model. First off. the PIP functionality is not very good:
1) It only supports DVI, RGB or Component as Main picture, so you can for example not use TV as one picture and AV-in as the other, so it makes it almost impossible to view 2 SD tv signals at the same time. You cant use your VCR as second RF receiver and view 2 channels at the same time, only like DVD through component and then RF.
2) You can only swap the sound, not the picture between sub and main picture.
Secondly, it seems they use a common chipset and they are not writing the user manual themselfs. Tiger directs Techview EDTV plasma for XXXXhas IDENTICAL user manual.
If you look at the pictures, the stand, inputs, everything looks identical to the Orcom plasma, and if you look at AIC's homepage, they even use the same flower picture as display picture at this page: aic_dot_com
Isn't that weird? They are 2 different companies, and they both say they have their own factories for assembling this stuff, but they even use the same pictures on their webpages.... :)
I would guess alot of plasmas from over there, korea, malaysia, look identical, with identical user manuals and chipsets, etc.. just different company assembles the parts.