Summary: Waited for a long time to buy a flat screen and after two and a half years almost, I am still really happy with this purchase. I have moved twice and so it's seen some transition and heavy hits. But I loved this when I got it, and it has had absolutely no problems since. Many reviews never consider reliability so I just wanted to say I am a really happy buyer of these LCD TVs and will buy a bigger me for the basement theater. So no worries on my end of reliability.
Summary: We've owned this for just over one year and enjoy it more than ever. Picture quality is great, has all the features wanted without any wasted money on those that are not used. We are constantly surprised by the number of people that spontaneously mention how great of a picture and sharp detail this produces...until we happen to see other televisions (egads!) then it becomes obvious how outstanding this one really is. If there was one negative it is the sound..
Summary: Got this tv in 2009 after much research. Happy with the quality so far. Only slight confusion is the "Picture-in-Picture" feature. I thought this meant split-screen viewing with two channels, but it does not. Cannnot share the screen in the same mode (i.e. tv; video, etc).
Summary: After months of research, I was excited and relieved to purchase the Samsung LN46B750 as a warehouse deal for approximately $750 on October 19, 2010. It met all of my requirements - 240hz refresh rate, larger than 40", great [2ms] response time with game mode - and at a remarkable price. Yes, this was my big break. I counted the days down to receipt of the set. I received a call from the shipping company (Pilot) about a week after I placed my order.
Summary: I purchased this item 10 days ago, and finally got to set it up last night after our new furniture was delivered. Set up was very easy, and once I had the TV up and running, after about 5 minutes it cuts off in the middle of a show, then comes back on. It proceeds to do this repeatedly over and over until I have to shut the TV off myself. I tried a different outlet thinking for some reason my outlet might have been shorting, but the same thing occurred.