Summary: We have had the LM6200 42 inch for a year now. When it first arrived I simply hated the remote, but assumed that I would learn to use and possibly like it. After a year I despise the remote. The TV is wonderful - couldn't be better, BUT I would NOT purchase this set again based solely on the very hard to use remote. TOO many hoops to jump through to do anything and TOO sensitive. Simply touching the remote can cause the TV to do something you do not want or expect.
Summary: I still love the HDTV but, I'm changing my review. These newer models do not have the Amazon App. LG's previous models did. LG claims that it's Amazon's decision, but I don't know the facts. LG might have a high price for licensing. Amazon might not want to pass additional costs onto its customers. What I do know is that there is no App to stream content from Amazon and LG blames Amazon for it. The second problem I have with the TV is the annoying remote.
Summary: Being an avid Sony TV fan with excellent luck, I took a chance on purchasing this LG for our bedroom. Huge mistake. Buyers please beware, these TVs ARE NOT 120 Hz! After speaking to LG support, they stated that they are 60 Hz and that they will eventually have the option to turn on the TruMotion 120 Hz after a firmware update. I have read in some of the LG website forums that people have been waiting over 5 months for this update!
Summary: This is my first 3D LED t.v. It has a nice picture, good sound from the stock speakers, and it's very slim and light. However, I don't like the unusual proprietary remote. It's sort of like a wireless mouse which sounds cool, but it's very annoying. On a modern t.v., there are only three things most people want the remote to do: (1) change the volume, (2) change the channel, and (3) change the input.
Summary: Just got the TV and the picture quality and features are very good for the price. However, with all the bells and whistles, this model has, the LG LM6200 model does NOT have the version of the Adobe Flash player required to watch sports on ESPN3 (or other video material requiring anything beyond Flash version 8), so we are stuck connecting our computer through the TV, with our chintzy audio.