Summary: Spent plenty of time reading reviews and quite frankly was a bit skeptical with this TV. I am surprisingly very happy with this TV. Easy to initiate and operate. Picture quality is very good and can be adjusted for your liking with the push of a button. Very glad I made this purchase.
Summary: I've had this TV a couple of weeks now and I LOVE it! When I first got it, the picture was a bit too contrasty (resulting in shadowy areas) but with a little tweaking of contrast/brightness...and a few days of use to "burn" the television in...the picture is now perfect! I know there are very high end 70" televisions on the market for up to $10,000 - but I really don't see how any amount of money could produce a better picture than this TV gives: very sharp and bright...
Summary: The TV is pretty nice, looks great and was easy to setup. The price was better then Costco and Best Buy, but you have to wait a week or more to get it. I haven't tried the 3d yet or a DVD, but "Dish Network" looks great! I had one issue with the upper left hand corner of the screen being blacked out. I thought it was a picture in picture screen, but couldn't get rid off it? Reset the TV, unplugged and it was still there. Turned the TV on the next day and it was fine!
Summary: Went through the big screen history, with first Sony, when they dominated the projection tv scene, then Mitsubishi, and later Samsung. Of course, Samsung is keen on innovation, and, sometimes, quality. But, I have had flawed Samsung screens. Bought this Sharp Quattron LED after reading the many professional reviews, blogs and all these Amazon personal reviews. If anything, the performance of this set is understated.