If you missed last week's deal on the 32-inch HDTV with built-in DVD player, here's one that's nearly as good: PC Connection has a refurbished Westinghouse 32-inch LCD HDTV for $299.95 shipped.
As my daughter likes to say, that's "sweeticle." Perfect for dens, bedrooms, and the like, the Westinghouse SK-32H240S-B offers a 720p high-def picture, two HDMI inputs, and an ATSC/NTSC/ClearQAM tuner.
It also has one of my favorite features: automatic source detection. That means that if you turn on, say, your Microsoft Xbox game console, the TV automatically switches to the correct input. Of course, you have to manually switch it back when you're done, but it's still cool.
Because this is a refurbished model, the warranty lasts just 90 days. That's a definite concern, and Westinghouse doesn't have the best reputation when it comes to service. However, PC Connection is a veteran reseller, so I'm confident that it'd make things right if you had any out-of-the-box problems.
This is without a doubt the lowest price I've seen on a 32-inch HDTV. If you're in the market, it might be tough to pass up. Might be tough to keep in stock, too, so don't wait.
Update: If you'd rather not go the refurbished route, Costco has a new ProScan 32-inch LCD for $329.99. Shipping will run you a reasonable $19.99, but you may get stuck paying sales tax as well.