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But first consider how much money you'll save if you go with first impressions. 
  You must enjoy room reflections with your picture. We have 3 TVs--2 LCDs and 1 plasma. The best picture to my eyes is one of the LCDs (an LG). The Samsung plasma is OK but reflects everything in the room. If you want to check your hair it's great, but if you want to concentrate on the movie...well, not so much.
 I did that and they ended up with that just-washed-and-I-can't-do-a-thing-with-it look. The fur just won't sit down. That's how I ended up buying new ones. 
Well, get ready to poke your eyes out with a rusty fork in the near future, because plasmas are going the way of the Dodo. 
  Wow, that sounds like just what we're all looking for. Not!   I can certainly understand people experimenting with cheaper pads. I'm still smarting over the $57 price here in Oz.
 What's all this eye-rolling? You'll do damage to the retina. Plasmas can eat up 3 times the juice of LEDs and I literally can't see that it's worth it. As for Class A amps, same thing. I've owned switchables like the Marantz PM80 and could never pick between A and A/B. Class As are good in Winter because you don't need a heater. Otherwise I think their advantages are arguable at best.
I'd say the jury's out on that one.
 Counting down, are you? 
"My 2008 Plasma eats todays 'high-end' TVs.  "     It also eats a lot of juice.  
  Surely "mid-end" would represent more the political rectum than the political spectrum. 
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