Summary: My husband and I have now had this HDTV since a bit before last Christmas (2010). We're very happy with it. The picture is stunning and all the features work as they should. I also like that it's on a swivel stand so it can be angled as one wishes (didn't want to hang it on the wall).
Summary: I Ordered the TV 6 days before Christmas I was told it wouldn't arrive until the Monday after Christmas. It was delivered Christmas eve day. WOW! I left it sit in the box until the day after Christmas to warm up. IT 20 degrees when delivered. Set up was fantastic, very straight forward.
Summary: Philips TVs last a year if you're lucky. Worst part is customer service which basically tells you that you are out of luck because the warranty has expired. I will NEVER buy another Philips product. Don't take my word for it...
Summary: I was excited when I found this very affordable TV with all the bells and whistles I was looking for. It really is a solid TV all around with almost everything you could ask for. I was however very dissapointed with how the colors looked on screen.
Summary: I bought this television at a "Club" store, not Amazon. I paid under $700 for it. I could not believe a 46" 120hz LED TV for under $700. I got it home and within an hour the picture went black. I tapped on the TV and it came on again. I knew I had a bad TV then.
Summary: I bought this tv for under $850 through Amazon as a Christmas gift for my parents. It's taken a little while to program to get the perfect picture (I didn't pay for a calibration), but overall the picture has been very good.
Summary: I was able to talk this tv down to $820 (Canadian). For that money, you can't beat it. Especially for an LED tv, and the size. It's positively enormous in our average (14ish feet across) living room.