Guess its time to do some digging as why this is so cheap.
This is a newly released model in north america, it's LG's new entry level 1080P plasma, which used to be the PK550, in north america at least.It's not too outlandish of a deal. I'd classify it as warm. Definitely not suspiciously inexpensive. My guess is they are clearing inventory at "deal" prices before black friday where they'll make even less off of them. That and perhaps it's time for these retailers to make room for the new 2011 models.
This is a newly released model in north america, it's LG's new entry level 1080P plasma, which used to be the PK550, in north america at least.
As mentioned before, It's cheaper mostly because it doesn't have all of the features like internet apps or 3D, and it has one less hdmi input. If anything it's likely better than the PK750 series because the PQ menu settings are borked on that model and won't stick.
As far as i know, this is actually the regular price, but still a deal compared to other 50" and 60" 1080P plasmas.
And as mentioned prior, the price did dip to $650 once or twice before, i think it was an in-store deal though.
I think you're right too, it might be the european version with 2 hdmi inputs, apparently the north american set has 3 hdmi.You are right according to some of the AVS forums. This TV is getting great reviews and from what I understand does have the 3rd HDMI input.