I used the Chief PNRU for a 65" Panny Pro as it was one of the few to handle the 200 lb weight. More recently I used the Sanus VMAA18 for Panny Pro 50 and 42, and what I really like about the Sanus is the easy movement and alignment of the panel. The panel almost floats--can be moved with little effort. I feel it also offers a nicer vertical tilt adjustment. Very good mechanical design and impeccable construction quality.
I went with a Peerless tilt (+/- 15 degree) for my 50" Panny and very happy with it. My reason for going with Peerless was because many had good things to say about it plus that jungle store just happened to have it on sale for a few bucks less than anyone else at the time.
I h ave a Sanus tilt for my 46" LCD and a Peerless low profile for my 58" Plasma... Both were virtually identical in quality and both came with more than enough hardware and the proper hex tools for mounting. I would recommend either of them to anyone... very good products
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