Summary: I purchased this TV expecting an amazing experience; however, I saw major light bleeding in the corners and light blotches in various areas, on the first one I received, so I exchanged it for another and experienced the same issue in completely different areas. So again I returned number two only to experience the same issue on the third unit!
Summary: I've just return this TV for in store credit 4 days ago. For the first day TV look perfect, games, bluray movies. Other than some backlight bleeding on the two upper corners, everything seems perfect. All LED TV got them more or less so big deal. Later when I pause one of my bluray movies midway, I saw some banding on the lower horizontal 1/3 of the picture. At first I thought it was interference from my speakers.
Summary: Why do people insist on calling LCD TVs which are either side or backlit by LEDs as "LED TVs" when obviously they are not? When the 1st generation of LCD TVs used fluorescent tubes to illuminate the LCD display nobody called them "Fluorescent" TVs! I still know some foolish friends who thing that they own true LED televisions when clearly they are not. Surely technology sites should at least make that fact abundantly clear?