Summary: Great t.v.! 3D is flawless, good sound and crisp picture quality. I had the t.v. for two months before the t-con converter failed and I lost the picture, which is why I didn't give 5 stars. Samsung repair service was easy to work with and I had a repair tech at my door within a few days. Only problem was explaining the issue to the repair tech. He ordered a power supply when I clearly explained it was an issue with the picture.
Summary: This TV has all the features you'd want in a Smart TV and a beautiful picture after you tweak it to your liking. I took off one star because the sound is really sub-par. It's very tinny, dialog sounds distorted at normal volume, and no amount of tweaking helps. For the price I paid ($1800) I'm pretty pleased with it. If you use external speakers like a soundbar or home theatre system, you'll be fine.
Summary: This is the second Samsung Smart TV I have purchased. The UN60ES7100 was not purchased from Amazon, but I would nevertheless like to share my views. As picture quality I would rate this TV as a 5 star, while the sound from the TV is acceptable, it is unlikely anyone would not choose to use some form of sound system.
Summary: I love almost everything about this tv...almost. There are the obvious highlights; great picture, huge screen, multiple ports, great picture, super thin, great picture. Many of the reviews said that glare wasn't an issue, and I will disagree to some extent. While I can still watch the tv in most any light conditions, I have noticed the glare more than I expected. It is also compatible with anynet devices.
Summary: You know it's a sweet TV. It's slim. it's sleek. It's beautiful. Despite the issues, if I had to do it all over again I would still buy this TV. I debated on whether to get the 55" or the 60", and despite the slightly fatter black border on the 60" (something they don't tell you in the specs) it's still a better choice if you have the space for it.
Summary: Amazing picture quality and very easy to set up. I have not tested all the Smart functions, but they seem straightforward enough. Looking forward to watching our first 3D movie. Web browsing is a little hard to navigate using the remote control, so I am considering purchasing a wireless keyboard although I am not sure that will solve the actual on-screen navigationing if we still need to use the rmote to move the cursor.
Summary: Overall, great picture, but there are a few dead pixels here and there. It was too much of a hassle to have it repaired, and since you can't really see the dead pixels when sitting at an appropriate distance from the TV, I decided to just keep it. Note that there is no serial port for connecting older computers.