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If you are looking for a plasma display I can get Sony KZ-42TS1 displays for $4300 + shipping.
The lowest price I've seen online is $5000 + shipping and the MSRP is almost $8000
I don't know what shipping would be exactly, but to ship from me to my mom in Wichita KS using UPS ground it would be about $75 - $80.
I have a 3 unit minimum order so unless I can get at least 3 people who want one I can't get any. If you are interested and may know someone else who would be let them know, I will order as many as possible.
PM me if you are interested. I am looking to order within a week if possible.
Below is an article from consumerguide.com about this display
The KZ-42TS1 is a 42-inch widescreen plasma HDTV monitor from Sony that is equipped for analog, digital, and computer content. The stylish unit consists of a thin plasma screen surrounded by a brushed silver frame. The oval base that can be detached if you want to mount the screen on the wall (a mounting bracket is an optional extra).
The control buttons are located on the top edge of the screen. This set can receive signals in 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, or computer RGB format, providing a broad range of options for the type of content you can watch. The resolution is 1024X1024 dots, for a total of more than one million dots. The picture is incredibly sharp, with accurate color reproduction, regardless of whether the source is film, video, or computer. Film, which utilizes 24 frames per second, comes through as a smooth image with little flicker in video's 30 frames per second thanks to Sony's CineMotion reverse 3:2 pulldown technology.
If you want to use the speakers that are provided, they are rated at nine watts per channel. If not, the set has audio and subwoofer outputs for hooking up other speakers. A headphone jack is available for private listening.
The inputs (all located in the rear of the TV) include two S-video inputs, a composite video input, an RF input, and two HD component video inputs, one of which is RGB/HV. Closed captioning is a handy feature for the hearing impaired, and the availability of on-screen menus in six languages is a few steps beyond what is offered by most TVs.