Summary: The TV itself works nicely with good picture and decent sound however the Net TV leaves a lot to be desired. The wireless does not readily connect when the TV starts and it is not just a delay in getting connected - you are constantly forced to play with the settings to get it to connect. This does not happen with the wireless printer, laptops, Wii, or Roku device on my non Net TV - it is specific to the Toshiba TV.
Summary: I AM HAPPY WITH THIS TV,BUT WITH ONE EXCEPTION. THE SOUND IS WAY TO LOW. WHEN YOU TRY TO ADJUST THE SOUND WITH THE VOLUME CONTROL IT DOES NOT RESPOND. I HAD TO GO OUT AND PURCHASE A SOUND BAR SO I COULD ENJOY THIS TV.
Summary: Just got it from Fry's for $599. Very nice unit -- beautiful design, great picture, but the sound is really bad. There is no dynamic range, and it sounds exceptionally flat -- tinny, unnatural sound. While another reviewer says that's what to expect from a flat screen, my experience indicates that's not true, as I have 7 other flat screens (mostly Sony and Samsung), and nothing sounds as bad as this.
Summary: The picture on this TV is amazing, and it's a great value - just make sure you are running your audio through a sound system. Upgraded from a normal 42' LCD TV - I use this primarily as a monitor for my PC and have run into some minor issue with mouse lag and gaming lag, I don't think the processor on this TV is very strong.