I'd just like to put my 2 cents in on the ghosting issue. I've had my 532H for several days now and have had time to begin to get to know it. My sources are a DirecTivo and OTA. I have to say that I am overall very impressed with the picture on this TV, even for SD content. There is a problem with ghosting, but I have not found it to be that pervasive and it varies considerably with content. For example: the Formula 1 race on Speed looked great, and so did Deadwood, even on Zoom1. In both cases I had the sharpness set to about half. On some other programs, is it is more noticable. I seem to be more sensitive to it if I'm seeing the motion with my peripheral vision.
However, ghosting aside, I feel that the SD picture quality of this set is at least equal, and in some ways superior, to my old CRT, which was the top-of the line Panansonic 27" set. It is clear, detailed, and quite natural. The color balance looks great out of the box, and the black levels, while not the equal of the CRT, are very good and not distracting. I sit about 7' away from the set. If I get much closer, the weakness of the compressed SD satellite signal does become more obvious.
The HD picture quality from the OTA tuner is fantastic. Since this is my first HD set, I don't have much to compare it to so I will let others provide more critical impressions. I am very pleased.
The build quality of the set seems quite high. I have no stuck pixels and just the tiniest bit of light leakage in the upper right hand corner which is only noticiable watching pillar boxed 4:3. The speakers are OK, but way too bright out of the box. I actually had to turn the treble down and the bass up to make voices sound more natural. There seems to be a pretty big washout in the lower mid-range otherwise.
I wish the manual was better and more up to date. I wish I knew how to program the remote or which univeral remote codes might work with this TV. I also would like to be able to disable inputs in the menu so that I don't have to cycle through all of them when I'm only using two. All things considered, these are very minor issues.
For the money I paid, I doubt that I could have done better. I certainly hope that they resolve the ghosting issue and I believe they will, but I plan to get the new Directv HD DVR when it is available in my area so I won't need to feed my TV a 480 source for very long.