Summary: I bought the 55" version back in November of 2013 and was impressed with the quality of the picture. But the computer that's built into it is of poor quality. Not only is it slow and not very responsive, it often crashes and requires a hard reset (unplugging from the wall). Some of the things that happen are: 1) Volume bar automatically goes to 100% 2) The buttons on the remote and TV stop responding 3) The input selection continually cycles from one to the other 4) Lots...
Summary: Good picture-not great like the M series Huge problem for me is poor DLNA implementation and poor support from Vizio Sometimes it works, other times it rebloots the TV, works correctly about 20% of the time. Sometimes it hangs the YV, must be unplugged to reboot it. Firmware update are pushed randomly, there is no way to tell the TV to update. I have been waiting several months for the latest update.
Summary: I purchased this TV for my den where I primarily watch Football & Baseball games. I watched several football games on this TV and no matter how much I tried I could NOT get the picture to look good. The colors were not rich and seemed dull. The colors did not POP or seem to have any life. Also, there was considerable motion blur when the football was thrown. If you primarily watch sports I can NOT recommend this set.
Summary: This TV replaced a 5 year old Samsung that was giving us problems. The picture is excellent, set-up was very easy. Called Vizio support a couple of times, and they were quite helpful. The smart TV features for this TV are entry level- there is no browser and you have to use the apps that Vizio has available, but they have a hundred or so to choose from. Sound is not great, invest in a sound bar or other sound system for it.
Summary: This is the third Vizio TV with Razor LED we own. The pictures are beautiful. looks like you are right there. This one is a large screen and the audio is better on it. This is the first smart TV we have and will enjoy some of the apps it has.