Summary: This is a premium priced product and should therefore fulfill all expectations -- does not. The picture is indeed excellent. But its performance is glitchy (sporadic lost sound & picture) even after motherboard is replaced. And because the browser will not use adobe flash, its web browser capability is essentially useless.
Summary: I really, really wanted to like this TV, but it has some serious faults. First the good: 3D is amazing. Passive 3D is the most comfortable, bright, and attractive option out there. I have owned Active 3D sets in the past, and this is truly the future. I did not notice any scan lines, or distracting artifacts when watching 3D as some have noted. The colors truly do pop, it's a fantastic set for kids and a large group of people to enjoy 3D. 2D..
Summary: I purchased this TV as I saw an earlier report that this was 240Hz and matte like the 47" and 55" LW6500 sets. It is not. They have changed the specs on this and downgraded to 120Hz and glossy. The picture is OK, but I may return it as I thought I was getting the features like the other LW6500 sets. This is just a 65" LW5600 in disguise.
Summary: I waited since January to purchase this screen since it was supposed to have a Matte finish screen. It was the #1 reason I did not buy the Vizio Passive 3D screen. All of the other models in the LW6500 line have a matte screen, local dimming, and 240hz refresh rate. I think his model should actually be in LW5600 series. I am highly disappointed with the glossy screen and the lack of local dimming.