I think you posted this before, a while back. Now, what on earth does a tv need 50 watts for when its off?
Take a look at http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-6475_7-6400401-3.html?tag=nav
For you that are shopping for a new TV this table exposes an issue that many didn't care about a few years ago which is...
How many Watts does your TV eat while "off"?
Watts also telling is the Mitsubishi that many have discussed here takes 2nd place as the highest number of Watts drawn while the TV is "off."