Summary: I purchased this television because it offered the best and most options for a price well below many of it's competitors.After receiving and using it for a few months, I can say that I am happy with the purchase. When comparing the quality and performance of this set with others I don't think that a better TV could be purchased for the cost of this one.
Summary: Pros: Price, Size, Quality, Smart Features, Input options. Cons: Remote is goofy, changing inputs requires going into a menu, Speakers have crackling sound at high volumes really quickly (I didnt expect great sound quality from the speakers in it, I plan on getting a surround sound system)
Summary: i would give it a 5 if it were not for the remote. it sucks? the cursor will not stay on long enough unless you continue to shake it to death. i am trying to replace it with one with no magic attached.
Summary: After some serious issues with my Sony Wega rear projection TV, I decided it was time to quit looking through blue dots and upgrade. Like most people getting ready to spill more than a thousand bucks on a TV, I did my research and the further I dug the more the LG 6200 series TVs kept popping up. This TV is absolutely perfect for my needs. A very crisp, clear picture and is the perfect size for my den.
Summary: This is an excellent TV chock full of features for a model that has an entry level price(for 3D TVs). It is an excellent buy for people who want a good TV with useful features and very little 'fluff' for general use. 'Videophiles' should perhaps consider a different model. 3D performance is good, even if the image is only 540 lines to each eye, not full HD. Personally, I was unable to spot any huge PQ differences between this and an Active 3D TV.
Summary: The main reason I purchased this model was because the dimensions were perfect for fitting just right into my entertainment center furniture. There's only a quarter inch left on each side so it fills the space just right. The picture quality is as good as any others. Looking at the TVs in the stores it's hard for me to tell much of a difference.
Summary: Overview - A great value for a feature rich 3D TV with only a few drawbacks. Background - This Television was purcashed to replace a similiarly sized LCD rear projection HDTV. This television is set up in a basement playroom and is intended to be used primarily for streaming movies, playing PC games, playing Xbox games, and playing Wii games. I purcahsed the 55" version.
Summary: UPDATE: LG has indeed released a firmware update that adds the TruMotion control into the menu. I have now had the TV for about 3 weeks and I really do like it. The 3D is excellent when shot as true HD (like IMAX movies), and I really like the few Xbox 3D games that are available. Picture looks good to me, it feels like I have seen better pictures in stores on other sets, but this is plenty for me.