Summary: Pros: Large screen, bright display, 4 HDMI inputs with ARC, Computer VGA input, Digital Audio Out, Network Connection, screen resolution Cons: Display ratio is taller than most widescreen movies leaving black bars, HDMI video inputs require audio through HDMI also, Heavy, power consumption, Burn in. Simple background: I received this TV in August of 2011 (just in time for football) and now it is mid February.
Summary: The image has great quality and brightness. The sound is good too. This is my first plasma TV so I was not used to see that images that are still are burnt for some time, nothing permanent yet. Looks good, weighs a ton (I put it myself on the wall.) 2 USB inputs, used the WiFi dongle that I'm selling now... never had issues with it, but now I have ethernet in that room. LG apps that they offer in the website are really bad. I can't see a use for any of them.
Summary: I've had this tv for a little over a week. For the most part, it is a nice tv-picture quality is good, basic set-up was easy, lots of features, etc. However, one of the main reasons I chose this tv was for the web apps and this is where it seems half-baked. Netflix, amazon instant streaming, and hulu all work well and were easy to set up. Additional apps are limited and others, such as youtube are just plain unusable.