Summary: I was looking for a HD TV that would look the best when watching 420 video and non-HD TV. The plasma picture is clear, sharp, and has great colors--even when watching non-HD programming, DVDs, or streaming movies by cable. The settings are easy, but take a bit of learning and trial and error to get them right. The biggest problem has been the slight distortion that comes when filling the 42" screen with regular programing.
Summary: I read other reviews and settled on this model. I've had this for a few months and am not disappointed with my purchase. It was easy-peasy to set up with the onscreen step-by-step instructions. The only issue I have with the TV, is the power plug. If it is moved or jiggled in some way, the TV will not power up, or turn on. I have the TV set on the stand and like the swivel option.
Summary: Bottom Line: I love this TV! GLASSES: Were fine by my household: ages 9, 14, 16, 49 I was was nervous purchasing online, especially since we returned the first TV we bought (Vizio 42" LED 3D). In fairness, we hook the TV up to coaxial cable from the wall. After researching, seemed like Plasma worked best with that hookup. We already have two Vizios which have been wonderful. When I hooked up this LG in my son's room, the picture was HORRIBLE! I had a small panic attack.
Summary: This is a 2 thousand dollar tv with all the bells and whistles.Internet,3-D,includes glasses.I have a Sony 729 that cost 2 grand and this tv out performs that in every respect.The 720 is no big deal,the only 1080p I get is a DTV pay for view,or a Blu-Ray movie,then I might see a 10% difference.Glasses are lighter,simulated 3-D is excellent.Has 3 HDMI,and 2 USB ports,and optical out for your stereo,that you wont have to switch inputs for audio any more,what ever is played...