Summary: I bought this to replace an older TV that no longer met our needs. This is a very nice TV with an excellent clear picture, at least in 2D. I have not tried 3D yet. It hooks up to my Onkyo home theater receiver painlessly and produces a sharp, bright picture.
Summary: This was an easy setup, has a great picture in HD and 3D, it has good sound but I added a sound bar for the theater effect. I'm not a techie so the setup must be easy. The NETFLIX app doesn't work but I only found one person who said they got it to work.
Summary: Biggest mistake buying this tv! Trust me, if you plan on buying this tv online or at a store, check out costco's website review of the tv . For all the 42, 46 & the 55" has this problem. Not a , "Oh yea it happens to "Every" tv" (Vizio M3D*0SR tvs). But!
Summary: After doing my research I found that LED TVs over all have the best picture quality. Doing my own comparing I come to see that this is true. Getting a great price on this TV I decided to get it. 3D is the icing on the cake. 3D picture is very good, I won't say it is the best but it is really good.
Summary: Purchased the Vizio M3D460SR a year ago and am using it as our main family TV. Feeding Dish HD, Blu-Ray 3D, and AppleTV sources into it, all using HDMI connections. While I've been impressed with the 3D performance (Avengers ROCKS!
Summary: There is a lot to like about this tv but the three things I am writing about virtually negate all the positive attributes. The first and least important complaint I have is that it takes a while for the tv to show a picture after turning the unit on.