Excerpt: Sony’s LCD 46er aced our processing-evaluation gauntlet, cleanly displaying all SD and HD video we fed it — even film-style 24-frame-per-second sources. It adds interim frames to make up the difference between 24- and 60-fps sources and its native 120-frame refresh rate — without the visual...
Pros: Modern case with thin, barely there bezel. Detailed color and video-processing adjustments. Separate color presets for each input.
Cons: PS3-inspired Xross Media Bar menu works a whole lot better with a gaming controller than with a remote.
Summary: One of the most promising things to come out of the competitive and profitable LCD TV market is that major companies, such as Sony, are starting to offer the consumer more features for less money.