Summary: 3D spectacular; Impeccable image 1080p, does not sound good, but is common in all TVs so thin, it is best to a home theater or a sound bar and the problem is solved. Easily connect to the Internet, but YouTube videos do not run, do not know which is the cause. EASY browsing the net, THROUGH A WIRELESS KEYBOARD brought. Can also vary the depth of the images.
Summary: I've had this TV for just over a month now... Passive 3D is ok but I rarely use it, cool for the limited sports broadcasts (do not buy expecting to watch your favorite teams in 3D!) It didn't really look that great on call of duty for PS3 either, prefer it without. Smart TV capabilities limited, included keyboard cannot be used on the internet only the web apps in the menu. I never use this to browse the internet, I'd rather use a computer or a PS3's browser.
Summary: This tv was a replacement for the same tv in size 42 inch. I cracked the screen on that tv, my bad. Anyway, it came down to this tv and LG's somewhat budget 240hz slim bezel 47". After looking at the LG in the store, I thought the Toshiba was a better looking tv. The picture difference is hard for me to really notice, so I went with this tv again, plus it was $200 less.
Summary: I love my TV so much, I missed it when I went home for Thanksgiving. And I'm not a big fan of 3D, but this TV combined with the 3D channel on Directv, so cool! Storm Surfers coming at ya! The next test for this is getting the X Box hooked up, but I'm not expecting to be disappointed.
Summary: I love this TV. It fits well in the bedroom. Too small for my living room. Will probably upgrade to 55". Make sure you upgrade to the latest firmware! I had problem with WiFi with the old firmware. The new firmware connects to my Cisco E4200 with no problem. Pros: 1. Excellent contrast, brightness, sharpness and vivid color in Dynamic mode. 2. Built-in WiFi (Dual band) 802.11n 3. Comes with Keyboard for web surfing (Full Open Browser).