Summary: While finally deserving the "Smooth" descriptor, Mitsubishi's 120Hz LT-46148 LCD TV still leaves a few picture quality issues up in the air.
Pros: Extremely compact, "all-picture" design; NetCommand feature can emulate a universal remote; relatively accurate primary colors; dejudder processing generally free of artifacts; four HDMI and three component-video inputs.
Cons: Expensive; produces a lighter shade of black; greenish tinge to grayscale that cannot be adjusted; dejudder processing kicks in and out abruptly; no PC input.
Conclusion: While this display had some issues with dark scenes and probably isn't the right choice for anyone not planning to feed it a HD source, it also produced some amazing pictures during this review. At this price point, I would really like to see more user controls to help with the color temperature and the RGB levels (though we're sure installers could care less).
Pros: Thin Frame cabinet really puts focus on the image, 120Hz smooth film motion, 4 HDMI Video Inputs, 3 Component Video Inputs
Cons: Cannot make blacker than black or whiter than white, Uneven light bleed through on dark screens
Summary: The Mitsubishi LT-46148 delivers a bright, colorful picture and provides a capable set of image adjustment tools to keep it looking good. In a home theater setting, the integrated audio should be replaced with a separate sound system.