Summary: With so many TVs to choose from it is difficult to choose. The only thing that is really worth talking about with this TV is the 60fps refresh rate. I was told all over the place that it takes at least 120fps to have clear 3D, but I have not noticed a flicker at all.
Summary: The 3D is awesome. Point blank. Lose your glasses? Grab a pair at the theatre next time you see a 3D movie. The 2D picture is just as good as my lcd sharp aquos. The only beef I have against this tv is the chokehold on audio output. It should be a pass through design, not a bottle neck...
Summary: This TV is definitely the best TV I've owned, and probably the best picture I've seen on an LCD TV. It's loaded with connections including an ethernet port so you can access your computer's files without needing to connect your computer to the TV.
Summary: There are two component video jacks on the rear, however RCA jacks apparently can only be used in second one. Any device you intend to plug into the first jack will need to have a High Resolution AV / HDTV / EDTV Component Cable. Had to order one for the Wii, as they don't come with them.
Summary: I had done lots of online research on what kind of 3D TV I could get for my very small budget of under $650. As you can imagine, my selection was very small. It had to be at least 47" since I was replacing a 57" rear projection crt tv. I had narrowed it down to a Samsung 51" 720P active 3D plasma.