Insignia NS-42L780A12 LCD HDTV Review$599.00
The Insignia NS-42L780A12 provides the bare minimum in terms of connectivity. If your peripherals are modern, you'll be able to get by with the three HDMI ports that are divided between the bottom and side panels of the L-shaped recession on the back. Large, modern televisions usually have this style of port housing, since it allows for wall-mounting.
The bottom panel has two of the three HDMI ports, an RF connector for cable or antenna, and a VGA input for connecting a computer. There is also an analog audio out, a digital audio out, and an analog audio in to go with the VGA port.
The third HDMI port is on the side, below a composite video and audio port. If you still own a VCR or something that uses composite video, you could plug it into the green composite port. The only other ports on the side are a USB port, for viewing photos on a thumb drive, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Placement of ports is reasonably distributed between the side and bottom. If you're stuck using composite video, though, you're going to have a lot of wires sticking out of the side.