Summary: Good picture, nice options for connecting it to devices, supports network play and netflix. Overall, it's a great TV. But the 3D kind of sucks. Don't know if it's the TV or the glasses or even the BD-3D discs themselves, i've watched a lot of 3D movies on this TV and there is always horrible ghosting. LG customer service was really crappy about it too. Just said 3D was a new technology and that I have to deal with it.
Summary: This TV has one thing going for it: great color. Technical reviews have praised this TV for the measurable accuracy and quality of its color output. You can tell when you're watching it. You can even see the day to day difference in shades of orange on the skin of John Boehner and Snooki between their trips to the tanning salon. Everything else about this TV is disappointing. Despite great colors, there is clear color banding.
Summary: I ordered the LG TV and recieved a call from the vendor a few days later informing me that the product was discontinued and had been replaced by a new version. He was happy to sell me what I ordered, but felt I should be informed that for a few dollars more I could get the newest model that had solved some of the problems the old one had. I checked out what he said on the net and called him back and ordered the other model.
Summary: I can't believe the poor quality of this LG TV. I was replacing a 3 year old Sharp LCD TV that I always liked. When I put the LG next to my old TV, the quality of my old 60hz picture was still better. The LG picture was course, the colors looked fake and the screen refresh was slow. I couldn't believe my eyes. I tried to watch a football game on the LG and when action happened and the camera moved quickly the LG couldn't keep up.