Summary: My only complaint was that I bought this specifically for webOS. WebOS v3 supports flash, and this being a smart tv then a world of possibilities open up with enabled flash playing capability. The crux of the issue is that you cannot update this tv to webOS v3. I belive you can with their 4K TV's but not the lower end TV's. This is the biggest disappointment ever and apparently LG has no plans to allow that update either.
Pros: All the connections options I could ever need, Easy To Set Up, Great Picture Quality, Great Sound Quality
Summary: I bought this tv because I wanted to get rid of cable.i saw that this tv said it had internet browser in it. It does, but it doesnt support flash player, so you are limited to what shows you can stream.its cool that it has youtube,and a bunch of other apps built in, but don't be fooled by the internet browser thing if you want to use it to get rid of cable. You can just get a roku box and it does the same thing as this tv.
Summary: We purchased two of these . The first arrived in good condition and the very minor scratches on it which made it a discounted item were worth the $120 savings from Amazon's Warehouse Deals. We set it up, but a few days later it started to turn off on its own and would turn right back on. The next day it wouldn't even turn on and the red power indicator on the bottom just flickered like a dim candle rather than a steady glow.
Summary: Our Plasma set died, so after a search, we bought this set based on clarity of picture, price (about one-fourth the cost of our plasma set and size. It fit our entertainment cabinet. We have the set in a large room, but it is clearly viewed by everyone watching. I like the ability to access the internet sources of programing like Netflix and Amazon. I can easily move into and out of these menus. I am highly disappointed in the sound.
Summary: Very nice color, excellent skin tones, the blacks are not very good though. The main problem is motion blur, when watching sports, a lot of the action is blurred and pixelated. Definitly not a 120 hz tv, as I have a couple Samsungs with 120hz and there is no motion blur. I noticed consumer reports complained about the same thing. This doesn't happen on all programming, on some things it wasn't noticeable, so it may or may not bother you.
Summary: I own a Roku and have Direct TV. I purchased this LG Smart TV to watch videos from the internet. I thought I could browse the web and watch whatever I wanted as long as I had the correct subscriptions (HBO Go, etc). I missed a very important piece of information. This TV does not/can not access content that requires Flash. I contacted LG and they have no information as to if/when they will have Flash available.
Summary: After a month or so, this TV began randomly shutting off and turning back on. After conducting a web search, I was surprised to see how common this issue is with LG TVs. I am now in the process of dealing with customer service on getting it repaired. For a purchase price of almost 700 bucks, I do not need this headache! Aside from that issue, I love the picture quality and features of the TV.