A standout among Westinghouse's latest line of LCD TVs is this 1080p-resolution 40-incher, the VK-40F580D. Why? See that little slit under the screen? That's for DVDs — the TV has a slot-loading disc player right up front, something you don't often see in a set of this size. Upconverting DVD video to the screen's resolution, the player is a convenient addition that doesn't add much to the price of the TV; it retails for $1,099.
If there's any downside, it's that the built-in player adds an inch or two to the set's depth — you can see the bump in profile shots in the gallery below. That probably only matters to wall-mounters (though you could still mount this guy if you really wanted to), but everyone else will welcome the opportunity to free up some space in their gear stack.