That's after applying coupon code URTYJLI8 at checkout, otherwise you'll end up with the already-pretty-low sale price of $299.
The sellout potential here is through the roof, so I'm just going hit the highlights. The LC320SLX features 720p resolution, three HDMI inputs, and a remote control.
Now for the lowlights: The set has an ATSC/NTSC tuner, but its specifications don't mention if it supports QAM. The parts warranty is one year; however, its labor coverage is only 90 days--and we all know the labor charges are "where they get ya."
CNET hasn't reviewed this model, and the user reviews on Target's product page are decidedly mixed. Ideally, you should visit your nearest Target store and get an eyes-on look at this TV before pulling the trigger.
If you like what you see, this is without a doubt the lowest price I've ever seen on a new 32-inch LCD. Heck, it costs less than most tuner-less 28-inch monitors I've seen.