Summary: Ok I only gave this tele 3 stars due to a couple of issues I have with it. First the good points, it looks nice, very sleek and very light weight. I have no issue with the picture quality in general and it's very easy to set up. The magic motion remote control makes navigating around the screen and menu's really easy. Here's a list of issues though that I have found.
Decent TV, good 3D - but there is better on the market
10 January 2012
Summary: Bought one of these from PC World in the sales, I really like the idea of passive 3D. The 3D performance was really good, on both Sky 3D and blu-ray 3D. The 2D image however left a lot to be desired, the picture was juddery and burry with any kind of motion. I tried to update the software but it failed repeatedly, so the set was returned as faulty. There is not much scope to adjust the settigns either, so unfortunately it had to go back.
Summary: Starting with the bad stuff, after using for a week: * Scoob's review mentioned a motion problem. I have seen it too - during subtle camera movement, some objects don't move. Anything connected via component or RGB is not great quality, it shows a weird motion fuzziness, especially visible when watching menu systems, e.g. try plugging in your old FreeView box and watch the menu - fuzzy then focus.
Summary: Its let down by poor controls over picture and sound etc. You get the choice of 4 or 5 standard settings. No treble, base or balance control. Also sound and picture out of sync when running HD broadcasts.