Trouble is that westinghouse seems to vary in quality from model to model. For example A couple of years back Westinghouse released the 37W2 which was plagued with problems, a few months later they released the 37W3 which was an excellent set and then the following year they released the slightly updated 37W3se which was plagued with problems again. Fortunately I managed to snag the 37W3 and I have to say that outside of a contrast ratio which could be improved that it has been an excellent set for the two years that I have owned it (and it has gotten pretty heavy use). Anyways, the point is that I would be checking out sites such as epinions, amazon, newegg, etc. to see actual user reviews on a given model before purchasing. Although I would recommend that regardless of make or model.