Summary: Very sophisticate calibration systems tend to confuse the user, it will have an excellence picture in one show than it degraded in the next (in same station same day) limited on line contends On screen display is to small if you seat over 10 feet's away.
Summary: Wait, wait, wait....Sharp will release 19 new models of tv's in April. All new, less expensive and better specifications. Prices on all existing models will drop sharply in the coming weeks. I'd wait and that's my two cents. I love the newer Sharps, better refresh rates and low prices.
Summary: I like the size and picture IF you are sitting right straight in front of it. It replaced a 50" plasma that could be viewed from all angles but when watching this tv from any angle other than straight on, it loses it's brightness and clarity. It didn't look this way in the store so I'm hopeful there's some adjustments that can be made.
Cons: Motion. Any type of motion looks tacky on this bad boy. Watching an action movie looks like it was filmed with $70 camcorder. Perhaps its the 120 Hz refresh rate. Or perhaps their motion technology algorithms are off.