Summary: Very easy to set up and operate. Excellent picture and surprisingly good speakers. Only two things keeping this from being 5-star; the software and the built in WiFi. - Panasonic VIERA's operating system seems a little proprietary and does not access the wide range of apps available except with difficulty. - I had hoped to eliminate my ROKU with the TV's WiFi but Netflix, PLEX, Amazon, etc have nowhere near the resolution when streamed through the TV as through ROKU.
Summary: I ordered this tv a few weeks ago and I thought it looked good but the black levels were not to good with is so bothersome to me when a dark sene is in a movie. When there was a black image the color was white/grey starting on one side, so I received another there is still a little grey around the edges but its not a lot so the color is so much better Video games look awesome, the 3d is pretty good.
Summary: Allowed me to get a great deal. I have found the internet interface very simple to navigate and responsive. Have been enjoying the free trials of Hulu Plus and Netflix.... The picture to me looks best in Cinema mode, not the default. It has been 40 days of enjoyable TV watching with no software hitches or issues. Have not tried the 3-D yet but looking forward to it. Many says ignore this TV in favor of Plasma Panasonics..
Summary: The build design of the TV is awesome. Built with metal bezel, polished, makes for a nice mounted "art piece".... but that not where it ends. This TV has an awesome picture, especially for an edge lit product. I haven't had any issues with light "bleed" along the edges and the HD picture blows away my Sharp Aquos LCD TV. In rooms that have a lot of light sources or a window behind the TV, you will get some glare, but not so much to ruin your viewing pleasure.
Summary: This TV is great in every way. I'm very happy with it. The only main problem for me is the active 3D glasses start to make my head ache in 5 or 10 minutes due to the radio transmitter in them. I love 3D movies and I never have a problem watching them but this is the first time I have used active glasses. That is how I know it is the transmitter in the glasses that is causing my head paine. It is 2.4GHz which is known to be more dangerous to have near your body.
Summary: For starters I'm very happy with this TV (799$ i dont belive) , its design features a remarkably slender (barely 1cm) bezel adorned with a lovely brushed metal finish. Multimedia thanks to three USB ports, an SD slot, LAN and built-in Wi-Fi network options, and a D-Sub PC port. The USBs can be used to record from the tuners as well as playing back a solid selection of video, photo and music files, while the LAN/Wi-Fi options can be used for either streaming the...
Summary: not sure why all the negative reviews here. I found this TV to have an excellant picture quality. Yes the blacks are not as defined as a plasma... but it's not a plasma. Yes out of the box it doesnt have a crisp picture. I had to play w the settings on the TV and my HD cable box to get the best picture. Most of the issues I had were with my timewarner cable box not providing a true 1080 picture so i dropped the input to 720 and the picture still looks great.
Summary: I really like the TV and especially the Amazon Instant Video app. This was the only TV where I could find a native app built in, unlike my Samsung which requires me to use the Yahoo widgets. The picture is great and the form factor of the TV is very slim and visually appealing. My only complaint is the IR Audio Out jack was received busted. The first time I plugged in a spring fell out and I had to tape the cable in place in order for it to stay.