"Combine its skills with contrast and reliable detail and you get a natural picture with a lot of depth. And that counts across many sources. The V-Real 3's Freeview software may appear a little clunky, but the image is clean. DVD is very impressive and even compressed video files from a PC, such as DiVX, look almost as good. That's thanks in part to its resolution and some decent picture noise-suppressing circuitry.
For anyone searching in vain for a screen genuinely capable of handling Freeview, DVDs and high-def, there's only one choice. Panasonic's 37-inch plasma - among the smallest plasmas around - beats its LCD TV rivals hands-down with both Freeview and high-def. And its price tag makes it impossibly attractive."