Summary: I've had this TV for over 2 years and it does everything i need a tv to do, sure its not as energy efficient as the led counterpart but for the price and picture aswell as reliability, its bar none!
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Quality
Summary: Depending on the screen you get, can be excellent or merely okay picture quality. Pair this with a colorimeter and you can achieve great results with the advanced color settings. It won't wow you with its vibrancy, but will accurately represent earth tones and give you a smooth "velvety" appearance.
Summary: If you are not worried about having a smart TV or 3D tech, then this is the TV for you. The picture quality is great, and it looks awesome running in 120hz. I have had mine for over a year now, and it has run with zero issues.
Summary: I loved this tv when I first got it, it was wonderful. However, just 24 months after purchase it stopped working. LG wouldn't cover it, and I had to pay over $200 to have it repaired. What a bummer.
Summary: This TV is great. The picture is amazing and it is very easy to use. My only complaint (and it is minor) is I wish there was a way to lock the stand from pivoting. My kids find it fun to push the TV back and forth.
Summary: If you're looking for a good quality, basic tv, this is it. I mainly use this tv for what it is -- a tv. It is very nice as a basic tv and comes with enough HDMI ports to support a few simple little add-ons like google tv, roku, DVD players, etc. We've also hooked up a computer and some speakers.
Summary: We waited until our cathode ray tube TV died before buying an HD flat panel TV. Our most recent TV had a decent run (only 7 years), but not great. (We've had some TVs last for a couple decades.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality