Summary: I'm using this t.v. as a monitor and a television. I like all the HDMI ports allowing me to easily switch HDMI inputs from PC, U-verse, PS3, etc. U-verse issue fixed. Size of an LCD and looks just as good as an LCD. Price of an "LED". From the perspective of a monitor, it will randomly reduce lighting on certain darker web pages even with the power saving option turned off.
Summary: I must confess being almost completely baffled with my assessment to date of this much hyped new product offering from Sharp. After looking and reading multiple reviews regarding HDTV'S for at least 2 months, I decided to go with the Sharp in spite of not being able to locate one in a retail store in my geographic area. This in retrospect was not a great idea even though I have purchased many other products on line virtually without disappointment.
Summary: This is the cheapest LED backlit 32" 120Hz 1080p LCD TV available. For the price, it works pretty well. I've used it for about 3 weeks now. Though, a lot of my time has been spent on troubleshooting one BIG issue. The TV is NOT COMPATIBLE with AT&T U-verse receivers when connected via HDMI. I am forced to use component cable for the U-verse receiver. Both AT&T and Sharp technicians have not been able to resolve this.