In the category of "you get what you pay for"... I'm reading on the Consumerist that the certain 32" models of Coby televisions are being recalled because of a fire risk. Certain retailers are taking the televisions back for a full refund. Here is the interesting part.... Coby no longer exists. A few months ago, the assets of Coby were sold, but not the "obligations and liabilities" and sacked all of the employees. That meant that items returned for repair and refund are "lost". Coby Televisions and their irk tend to populate the low-end television market, and tended to be the Black Friday specials. I tended towards the major name brand electronics such as LG, Toshiba, and Sam*cough*sung. (Although with Sam*cough*sung, there was that capacitor issue that plagued certain models that the company repeatedly denied exists before finally owning up to the issue.) Although, with the cost of these televisions nowaways, isn't the general policy nowadays that if it's broke during the warranty period, it's cheaper for the manufacturer to replace and junk a defective television rather than even think about repairing it.