While in temporary housing, we found ourselves TV-less. Now wanting to miss the big game, we quickly chose a small, 32-inch television (LED, 720p) from Best Buy and brought it "home." It was easy to set up and, once hooked to an amplified antenna, seemed to provide a good picture and decent enough sound. The TV is equipped with AV inputs, two HDMI ports, antenna port, a USB port (for browsing a flash drive only), and an optical output port for attaching to a sound bar. There's a remote in the box as well
Once we got the television back to our actual home, however, we noticed several problems. First, the tuner could only detect about half the available over-the-air stations, even when attached to the same Mohu Leaf antenna as another unit a few inches away. Second, the television suddenly stopped responding to the remote - even with a battery change. The only way to turn it off was to use the power button.
I returned it.
If you can get one that works right, it'd make a decent enough TV for a kid's room or the guest room. Of course it's not suitable for a theater, but then it costs less than $150.