Summary: Fantastic picture. Maybe too fantastic? I and my two children have no issues with the television, but my husband gets sensitive to the screen even when we have adjusted all the screen adjustments to tone down the brightness. Not sure if anyone else has had this same problem.
Summary: I LOVE THIS T.V. IT WAS EVERYTHING I WAS HOPING FOR AND MORE. I HAD THIS T.V. IN MY CART FOR OVER A YEAR AND THEN CAME A ONE DAY AND SALE AND I COULDN'T RESIST. MY FIRST LARGE SCREEN T.V. AND I AM OVER THE MOON WITH IT.
Summary: I purchased a refurbished model. Pros: - Low profile. Paired this up with a low profile (1/2" deep) TV wall mount and am quite pleased. - The picture is gorgeous. I don't notice any light bleed. Great contrast, deep blacks and no motion blur.
Summary: I wanted a highly recommended TV that would fit in my cabinet and selected this TV after doing a great deal of research (including physically comparing quality and price in local stores). The delivery man even set it up to make sure it worked.
Summary: all our TV's are Samsung HDTV's. Most are 1080P, but we didn't think it would matter that much for a smaller unit and we are pleased with this choice. It is a 'dumb' TV, which you can make into a 'smart' TV for about 90 bucks with a ROKU or other such box.
Summary: My previous TV was pre-2000, and it quit working. Since my TV is primarily background noise, I had to have another immediately. So, I joined an eBay bid for the Samsung. It's 32 inches, and just the right size for me. I dislike the "back-office" of the set.