Summary: So what they don't tell you about the google tv is that the app has to be configured for Google TV. Want Hulu? Forget it. Want to surf the internet? Some websites have players that are not coded for Google TV. Eventually this may be a great product if apps/players buy into this. I ended up buying a blu-ray player with the apps installed that I was missing. Now it is a complete tv. The picture quality is great. Sound is horrific.
Summary: I've had this television for about 2 weeks now and I don't really know what to think about it. The reason I purchase this instead of the regular Smart TV plus 3D was because it had a built in web browser "Google Chrome". I don't have television service, so I mainly stick with Netflix, Hulu and web streaming. During initial setup, I notice it being slow and very glichy.
Summary: The only reason I rate it 4 star is because there is no way I can rate is 4.8, and there is always a room for improvement. To me it is 4.8 out of 5. I purchased this TV after I had issue with LG LA6900, which has issue with wireless internet connection. Let me highlight the Pros and the Cons on this TV.
Summary: I recently got the 55" LG GA6400. Thanks to in store price matching at Fry's, I was able to get it for the exact same price as it is on Amazon (currently $1029). For non tech-savvy users, the biggest downside will be the sound quality. As others have mentioned this TV does not produce great sound. Most audio coming out sounds "echoey". A soundbar is definitely suggested. But let's remember, TV manufacturers are becoming obsessed with making thinner and thinner TVs.
Summary: The highlights: *Good industrial design *Good remote *Easy and Useful Apps *3DTV (If you do that...) *Easy interface *Higher End Panel available To go with the our new home my wife agreed that we needed a new TV. As we were moving in right around the Google I/O conference I waited until after all the new products were announced before placing the order for this TV. At the time I ordered the 55 in.