Summary: Purchased late October 2010. LG has a 2 year warranty. Barely watch TV. May 2013, the 6" black horizontal appears after 20 minutes watching. Send an email to LG and no reply. Not so LG. Disappointed. Get additional warranty if you plan to purchased this.
Summary: This is an excellent TV - best picture I have seen and very good value for money. I would have given it 4 stars, except that I am very disappointed that LG has abandoned support for their own Netcast software barely a year after I bought the set and will not be implementing any new internet interfaces, for example Amazon Video. I will take this into consideration when thinking about an LG product in the future.
Summary: First thoughts: -> This TV is huge! Also, it's very ascetically appealing. The bevel on the TV gives it a great frame without looking tacky or heavy. One of the major design sells was the blue edge around on the outer edge of the bevel, however it's hard to notice in anything but a highly lit room (why would you have one with a plasma TV?), but I don't care because I didn't buy it for the blue edge.
Summary: I bought this TV around Holloween and have loved it since day 1. Excellent picture, good sound. Wish I would have knew that the 3D version was coming out, I may have waited and got that. Oh, setup was a breeze too.
Summary: Received TV four days ago. It looks great and was easy to wall mount using the VideoSecu wall mount (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000NMFCIA/ref=oss_product) sold by Amazon. I wasn't a huge fan of the pre-set picture options so I used their built-in picture wizard and I'm impressed with the realistic picture that the wizard helped me achieve. For some reason this TV is fluctuating wildly in prices (as of January 18th 2011).
Summary: We ordered this TV on Cyber-Monday after Thanksgiving. We researched our choice thoroughly. We couldn't decide between an LED or a Plasma. For our purposes a Plasma was the best value. We ordered the non-3D model because we thought we would not utilize the 3D feature. About four days after we placed our order we received an email from the vendor, Electronics Expo. After reading the email we became suspicious and actually reported them to Amazon.com as a spam.
Great Picture -- But Required Service Call in First 60 Days
22 December 2010
Summary: I am really impressed with the picture quality, especially after fine tuning the picture with DisplayMate software. The colors are very vibrant and the blacks very deep. (You really shouldn't rely on the preset settings for your TV; DisplayMate will help make sure the settings are appropriate for your lighting.) I decided to go with plasma and compared the LG with Panasonic and Samsung.
Summary: MY WIFE AND I DID QUITE A BIT OF RESEARCH PRIOR TO MAKING OUR PURCHASE. THE LG PLASMA HAS NOT IN ANY WAY BEEN A DISSAPOINTMENT. WE WENT WITH A PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION AND HAVE BEEN VERY PLEASED WITH THE QUALITY OF THE PICTURE AND THE TECHNOLOGY. CONSIDERING WE UPGRADED FROM A 32 INCH PANASONIC PURCHASED IN 1995, THERE IS A PHENOMINAL AMOUNT OF IMPROVEMENT AND ENJOYMENT IN OUR VIEWING EXPERIENCE.
Summary: A beautifully designed television -- black with one piece of glass covering and overlapping the front of the TV. Great screen, rich colors. Good backlit remote. Lots of options for adjusting the picture. Includes a wirelesss adapter to connect to Netflix, etc (even though I eventually used an ethernet cable from the router). Happy I got this thru ONE CALL. The remote is very powerful and works without having to be pointed directly at TV. A second remote is included.