Summary: Sony, like other manufacturers of TVs, has condensed its product lines. If there are any of these sets left, get one. Only the larger sizes are made with the quality level of the EX640 now. The wireless USB adapter has an extension so you can mount it far enough away from the TV that it actually works. The Netflix app lets you search for movies, which older Netflix interfaces didn't.
Summary: I like iit very much. Easy to set up and great receptions and high picture quality. Sound is fine for where I have the TV - in bedroom. May not work as well in large living area without external speakers.
Summary: I'm very pleased with this TV so far. However, I have had it up and running for only a little over a day, and I should caveat my comments by pointing out that I have not yet had a chance to give it a full and fair trial on its HD capabilities because I haven't made the appropriate arrangements with my cable company (Charter) yet. Assembly was fairly quick, and the instructions were adequate.
Summary: After looking at several TVs, my wife and I thought the picture quality is one of the best. It hooks up easily to Netflix, as well as internet TV. With this, we are considering getting rid of cable and just access internet tv and local on the air stations, all in HD. I subtracted one star for audio, it isn't that great, may consider a small sound system for this TV since it will be in our bedroom.
Summary: Good tv when screens all black you caan see light spots around the corners the most looks smoky almost but it kicks the s*** out of my like 93 model sony lol so I couldn't be happier for the money I doubt you can beat it for a ps3 player it links right up and I can use the tv remote to do things on my ps3 its so worth it
Summary: The physical TV itself is fine, everything it is touted to be. I am very happy with the picture quality, sound, inputs/outputs, etc. Setting up Nexflix was easy. However when trying to setup Amazon steaming, the connection never finished. Amazon kept showing that the TV was registered, however the TV kept saying it wasn't able to connect.
Summary: It's hard and silly to criticize such a great piece of technology, but there are now many great HDTVs to choose from. So the devil's in the details (Where's Steve Jobs when we need him, oh,forgot, he's redesigning Heaven.) PROs: The picture's awesome with cable & DVD (non-bluray) player, even with all the default settings, the internet connection worked like a charm (WPA security, Motorola AT&T router), and it has all the input/outputs that you would reasonably need.