Summary: Easy to hook up using an HDMI cable. The picture is good if viewed mostly straight on so will likely want to buy a stand for it. The remote control is easy to operate. It's pretty thick and bulky so it is not suitable for wall mounting, so if you want something to mount on the wall this won't work. A very weak part of the design is that the lamp is only rated for 6,000 hours. My lamp failed after only 16 months.
Summary: I've owned this TV set for 3 years now, I compare this side by side with my sons 40"LCD TV that's also 1080p and I honestly can say that I prefer this TV over that jumpy 60Hz LCD. I compare this to my grandmothers brand new $2300 Samsung 55" mega TV with all the bells and whistles, it's a bit brighter but for that kind of money, i'll keep my not quite as bright tv and if I really want to watch Netflix on my tv i'll just go get a roku for $50 bucks.
Summary: i have a Mitsubishi WD -60735 60 -inch DLP HDTV and my only issue is the TV LAMP doesn't last it will last for 4 maybe 5 yrs but after that it might last anywhere from 1-5 months at the most so you will keep buying the TV lamp i got my TV in Feb, 2007 had to replace the lamp once in November 2012 and just ordered a replacement lamp today its a pain in the butt.
Summary: Update! Mitsubishi replaced the part as long as we paid $200 for the installation by a certified tech. After this I'm going led. Tv Was beautiful for a few years but now white dots are popping up as if they are big dead pixels. I went with DLP projection because I didn't want to deal with this on lcd... To my shock I end up dealing with it anyway. I hear this is what happens when the mirrors get stuck.
Summary: Don't buy off amazon , get it from bestbuy for half the price . I just bought 2 of these for 1000 dollars and could not be happier . They are great tvs for the price and they will last forever . I bought one for my kids because it's more durable then LCD/ plasma . I got the 2nd one for my parents to upgrade there old CRT .
Excerpt: First off I want to start off by saying that I got a great deal on this tv. I paid 600 shipped and then another 250 for the 3d Kit. So for $850.00...I got an amazing 60" 3d TV. The picture quality on this is amazing. It is not that heavy and I actually thought the shell was going to be a bit bigger and bulkier. We moved our 47" to our bedroom and put this in the living / family room. We were not disappointed. It was easy to sync with my Comcast remote.
Excerpt: Bought this TV at a B&M Frys during Black Friday. I paid about $700 for it in 2009. More than a year later, it still works like brand new. For the money I paid at the time, I felt that this was a great value purchase that maximized the screen size, while sacrificing very little quality. For the same amount, I could have purchased an 47" LCD TV. Because my family room had a built-in media niche, I did not have to pay a premium for a slimmer TV.