Summary: I have owned this LC52LE700UN Sharp for 11-months. It has been a really good TV. I just upgraded from Uverse HD to DirecTV HD and now I think this is an amazing TV. My girlfriend asked if I bought a new TV. 1-07-2013 = just an update, TV is still working great.
Summary: My main complain is that the product mentions Internet access when actually can only connect to a couple of Internet "widgets" like weather report, Stock Market/Nasdaq, game site, Picassa. Does Sharp know about sites like Netflix, Hulu?
Summary: This tv is a whopping 13 months old and it has two serious problems already.....i constantly receive an error message "incompatible audio output" and the unit powers off for no apparent reason.
Summary: I picked this TV up when it was on sale for really cheap. I probably could have gone with a slightly smaller TV but I'm glad I got this. There are a couple things that bother me but none of them are major or deal breaking. First off, the menu interface is clear and easy to use.
Summary: I purchased this TV from Dell for 1200 bucks on June 15. They had a one day sale and I couldn't be happier. I saw it and didn't even bother to think twice about my purchase. I have a 32 inch LG LCD, a 42 inch Phillips LCD, and now this Sharp LED LCD.
Summary: I previously had another 52" LCD TV. Then I got this one. There is no comparison. It is much brighter and lighter. Also, when I walk near the screen, I no longer feel the heat that the old LCD generated. The screen is very glossy and easy to clean. I definitely recommend purchasing this TV.
Summary: The quality of the picture at 1080i is outstanding. Quality of the built in speakers needs improvement. I added an Onkyo HT-S3300 Home theater system and that solved that feature. Blu-Ray plays well on this baby.