I just came from their Ledgewood store. Normally their prices are competitive if you know how to bargain but you might be aware that they're having an 'Employee Pricing' sale through tomorrow. Everything over $200 (I think that was the price) is marked down. I must say that I saw some VERY sharp prices. I was looking for a Panasonic 37PX60U for the bedroom and have spent the past hour trying to beat their price anywhere on the web; I've had no luck, even at the sleaziest of sites and before shipping! They had many Panasonic models, including the 600U's and the 58" 60U on display, as well as the 4270 and 5070 Pioneer's, all at really good prices.
I've bought TV's from them before and found them to be fine. They're also one of the few stores left that do their own service. Their service manager used to work for Sony when my shop was an authorized Sony Service Center. If he tells you that your out-of-warranty TV is not worth repairing, it's probably because it isn't. If you're in the market and in the NY/NJ area, it's worth your while to check this sale out! (No, I don't work for P.C. Richard).
P.S. I made a few observations while there...
I spent a lot of time comparing the 50PX600U Panasonic and 5070 Pioneer. There were no remotes so naturally the Panasonic had clayface and the Pioneer had over-saturated color. Still, these are two very good-looking TV's. I really couldn't see any apparent difference in the black levels between the two. Pioneer has made great strides with that, but the Panasonic seems to have caught up in the whites. Overall, I still prefer the picture on the Panasonic but it's CLOSE. I would love to see them both properly calibrated.
I also looked at the LCD's: The Sony's and Samsung's were the most impressive but I still preferred the plasma. There were two similar Sharp models side-by-side. Both were showing a 4:3 program so I had a chance to see the 'black' bars. The blacks looked pretty good straight-on but just moving a few steps off center to stand in front of the other TV made the blacks appear gray. The Sony and Panasonic LCD's seemed to have the best angle of view.