Summary: I wanted a top-end gaming TV that also did well for movies. I missed out on Panasonic's plasmas, but such is life. This TV has ever-so-slightly lower lag and probably appears a little better in my sunny room.
Summary: After researching TVs I suddenly realized the best one for my price range had been stopped manufacturing by Sony, and the newer model was inferior! I got lucky to get one from Amazon Warehouse Deals in "Used - Very Good" condition and it came to me in nearly perfect condition.
Summary: We usually buy Sony products and this TV is amazing. 1) We love the picture and the ease of use with other Sony products such as our BluRay player. One remote, great! 2) The "smart TV" options enable you access additional networks such as Netflix and iTunes right from your TV.
Summary: I was considering 55" Samsung F8000, and the price was giving me some excess stomach acid. I looked at the reviews of this set, and they were positive enough that I decided to take the plunge. I'm glad I did - it's an excellent set with great picture quality.
Summary: If you're debating which tv to buy, you can just quit agonizing over the decision and BUY IT NOW...while they are still available. The picture quality and construction, and features are the best you can get on a 1080p television. Yeah it's 55" but just sit a little closer.
Summary: TV looks great colors are wonderful even without calibration but i would recommend a calibration app or disk to really bring out the colors triluminous display is the real deal i don't care for the 3d or the netflix or other apps(i have an apple tv) but i did try you tube and streaming quality is...
Summary: I am not too big on writing reviews, but if you are thinking about buying this television please do. The picture this TV produces is just amazing. I have no clouding, flashlight, or other screen issues with this tv. I was torn between this TV and the Samsung 60 inch F8000.