I've spent a little time with this TV, trying to get a little experience for when the gf calls me for tech support (b-day gift for her). Overall, for the price I paid at BB, it's a nice TV. This isn't meant to be a review, just a few first impressions, since there's not a lot out there for this TV.
There is a tiny amount of backlight bleed in the lower corners, and if you're sensitive to that sort of thing, it might drive you nuts. I never really noticed it unless the screen was completely black down there. I'm positive she won't notice or care. The TV itself looks nice, I don't think it looks cheap at all. It's not as stylized as a Sony or Samsung, but if it wasn't for the giant DYNEX logo across the lower bezel, you wouldn't know it was a sub-$500 32" LCD. Lifting it on and off of a TV stand several times, I've noticed the build is sturdy, no creaking or loose fits.
PQ is very nice, but doesn't blow me away. The blacks could be deeper, and it could be my imagination, but there seems to be a slight green tint with the factory settings. Skintones were also a little red. I dialed the color down a bit, and it seemed to help. But after some adjusting, it really does produce a good picture. I was pleasantly surprised.
The speakers are crap. AM-radio quality crap, and not very loud. It may look a bit ugly, but if you can swing it, attach a pair of decent speakers. This is the one thing that reminds you that it's a cheap off-brand TV. Ok, the ugly, chintzy remote is also a reminder
Also, a weird quirk -- there is no audio input if you're using a DVI-HDMI cable. I mean, I can understand why, HDMI is supposed to carry an audio signal. But my Samsung LCD has a set of RCA inputs that channels sound to the HDMI input. I just assumed it was standard, but I guess not.
I did notice a little image retention when I first fired it up. I popped in the SD movie "Control," which is in B&W, and scene changes resulted in part of the image sticking around for a while. I haven't seen it since, or maybe it just hasn't been as pronounced. Maybe it was the B&W aspect. Who knows?
I bought the 4 year extended warranty on this because it was pretty cheap (I think I paid $50). I normally don't spring for them, but since it's not my TV, I felt obligated, and the price was right. I guess we'll find out just how good BB's warranty is when it's time to use it.
So after logging about 4 hours with the TV, running Blu-ray and DirecTV through it, I can recommend that if you find this on sale for $450 or less, go for it. With a reward zone discount, I paid $420 for mine (not including warranty), and I'm happy with the purchase.