I saw this on today's L.A. Times paper; Fry's is offering a 42" 1080P lcd for $449 (normally $699).
I'm in the market for a $500 TV for the PC in my living room. However, due to my unusual requirements, the reviews I've found aren't all that helpful.
I need 1080p, because I will be using it as a computer monitor. I require a TV that goes to Standby when the signal from the PC disappears. That crosses all Toshibas off the list, as they'll happily draw full power to display the "no signal" message all day.
I don't intend to use the built-in TV tuner - this device will just be a monitor for a PC. I'm mostly blind to picture quality, and it doesn't matter much in Mozilla anyway, so I don't care about that.
LED TV's are promoted as using less power, but EnergyStar's testing indicates that many of them use much more power than their CCFL counterparts with default settings.