Summary: Picture Quality: Poor - the 47G2 suffers from severely uneven back lighting, non-existent black levels, and a glossy (read: lots of glare) screen. Bright and colorful scenes make these problems non-apparent for a short time. Sound Quality: Adequate - the built-in speakers sound fine and work well for me. I use the air-tight app ($0.99) to stream music from my phone which works just fine.
Summary: I paid $698 at tigerdirect, and though I think I got plenty of tv for the money... if I'd had paid more I'd be sad:( The google tv is proprietary, and it doesnt play nicely with all the possible apps available out there (hulu). Plus, navigating is not so smart, and the magic remote isnt so magic. I will keep the set, but only because it's a good value (under $700), and, well... I have no choice (tigerdirect (fine print)).
Summary: Display is very nice. Auto-dim works well. But from the day I installed the TV I have wi-fi issues. The built-in wi-fi won't connect to the router for that matter it won't even list the wi-fi hot spots. I reported to LG. LG service person has changed multiple boards inside the TV in multiple times. Still has same issue. Now they are going to replace all the boards at same time, I hope that fixes the issue. I didn't expect this issue in one day old brand new TV.
Summary: I love the capabilities of this TV (ESPN3/online access through Google Chrome Browser etc.), but I am frustrated by the inconsistent speed and performance. When doing an internet speed test the test shows the download speed as highly varied and intermittent which translates to poor performance often times when streaming ESPN3 or other sites.