I ordered the 1st Toshiba 32TL515U the middle of December 2011 and received it a few days later. I inspected the unit, and it appeared to be new and not damaged. The picture quality is very good after making a few image adjustments (see below). Wireless DLNA also works good, and it's nice that the Wi-Fi is built-in and doesn't need a USB adapter like other brands. 3D works well with the passive polarized glasses and doesn't have the annoying flicker like the Panasonic that uses active glasses. The only bad thing about the Toshiba is the sound, as my 15-year-old Sony 27" sounds fuller and louder. So I'll have to spend more to get a sound-bar, but I knew that going in.
I ordered a 2nd Toshiba unit after New Years to put in another bedroom, but after opening it up, I saw that it was damaged. The back of the TV was dented near the top, and there was scratches around the wall-mounting holes. I think this was returned by someone else, as there is a NY sticker on the back, and on the LCD screen there was several hand prints. I am returning the 2nd unit back for an exchange. Hopefully the replacement will be new and not someone's damaged return.
Here are the image adjustments that I use. I made changes since the image is way too bright and colors are so over-saturated that it was giving me eye-strain and headaches after watching it for a few minutes.
Picture Mode: Standard
Color Master: On
---Base Color Adjustment---
Red: Saturation -3, Brightness -2
Green: Saturation -4, Brightness -2
Blue: Saturation -7, Brightness -2
Yellow: Saturation -3, Brightness 0
Magenta: Saturation -3, Brightness 0
Cyan: Saturation -3, Brightness 0
Color Temperature: 4
Auto Brightness: Off
Dynamic Contrast: 1
Static Gamma: 0
Noise Reduction: Off/Off
Edge Enhancer: On, Level 1
Clear Scan 240: Off
Film Stabilization: Off
It is important to turn the Clear Scan 240 and Film Stabilization to OFF! When the Clear Scan 240 is ON, I notice that when the subject on the screen goes from fast-to-slow or slow-to-fast (such as a car) the subject will stutter for a second, like it is dropping frames, turning it off gets rid of that problem. When the Film Stabilization is set to Standard or Smooth, it produces that "soap opera" effect that everyone hates, so have to turn it off. I'm not sure why companies have these two options on their TVs, as no one likes them due to the problems they create. The Panasonic TC-L32DT30 has 240Hz option as well, and it does the same "soap opera" effect, but it is more prevalent than on the Toshiba.
Above I mentioned that the 2nd unit I ordered arrived damaged that would have been used in another bedroom. Amazon picked it up and sent a replacement right away. I got it today, and is in mint condition (just like the 1st one in the master bedroom). I also noticed that the price when down to $469, so had Amazon apply their price-match. It would be nice if this was automatic...so if Amazon lowers their price within 14 days, it would automatically refund the difference, instead you have to keep checking and notify them. Still, at $469 this is the best 32" HDTV on the market.
***3 Month Update***
Both Toshiba 32TL515U HDTVs have been used in the bedrooms for about 3 month now. Haven't had any issues with either one. I did get one Yamaha YHT-S400BL SoundBars for one of the TVs, and it made a big improvement on the sound quality. The new 2012 3D TVs that Toshiba has coming out starts at 42" (47" and 55"), so there isn't a 2012 32" 3D model. Too bad, as 32-37" is the largest TV that most people can fit in a bedroom. I guess Toshiba feels that 42"-55" 3D is their biggest seller for living rooms, so they decided not to do a 32" this year.