Summary: I saw this TV at a LG stand at north park (dallas) and was pretty curious. LG had a bunch of TVs out and this was one of the 2011 models. This tv had some seriously deep blacks for a LED TV. I've owned 3 plasma sets since 2001 and these TV probably had inkier blacks then all of them. Design wise, it didnt look as good as their 2012 models though. 3D was pretty good. I could see why the passive glasses are getting popular with kids. It has my vote.
Summary: I own two different LG models and I gotta say this model is an awesome choice. Although it's pricey but you really get what you pay for. You can actually view the 3d in any direction plus it's a lot cheaper than an active shutter 3d glass. You can have your whole family (as long they could fit you living room) watch 3d without losing the 3d vision. Unlike the active shutter, your basically by yourself (whats the fun of that?) to see it better.
Pros: Performance, Style/Design, easy to use, Features/Settings, Quality
Summary: This TV is great. Got it on sale, and it's the best TV we've ever owned. The colors are vivid. I didn't really think 3-D was much more than a gimmick, but it actually looks very nice, and of course, the glasses are so cheap! Yes, you can see a slight halo effect around things because of the local dimming, but I don't think I would have noticed it if I hadn't read about it first. Certainly my wife hasn't pointed it out, so she hasn't noticed it, or it didn't bother her.