Summary: This TV was excellent until it developed a fault two and a half years later (two weeks ago). It had a vertical permanent patch showing in the top left corner of the screen. The estimate to repair was a minimum of £300+ labour without any guarantee that it would last. Do not buy this model. It cost me £2.049 at the time.
Summary: This TV is the best TV I've ever had and am likely to have. Its rich 3D features mean that using Sky 3D is a breeze and the setup and controls are fluent. The colours are vibrant and vivid, and the darks really stand out. Also, in full HD with Freeview and Freesat, both in HD, this is an excellent deal. The only thing that's missing is a free 3D channel for Freesat.
Summary: This is probably the best TV out there for anyone who is more serious in regards to theeir television after it it is turned on. None of the LED ones did live up to this one yet in my experience. So any one still looking for the best in class picture quality here is the BEST!
Pros: Life like picture quality!!!
Cons: updates for the flagship model P50VT20B in regards to 2011 P50VT30B
Excerpt: I managed to pick this up under special offer, so for £1200, rather than the £1500 most retailers seem to be charging. The picture is very good, as you would expect from a full HD TV, and it works beautifully with my PS3. I have found that the frequency is very impressive, making watching fast sports such as cricket and ice hockey a joy. The connections are in a good location, unlike my last TV where they were split between the left and right sides.