Summary: Bought this Tv at Wal-Mart also. Have looked at many LCD Tv's over the last three years, and found that finding a good LCD Tv at a affordable price frustrating at best. Could not pass on the deal for this set,and glad that I didn't. Great Picture and all the features that I wanted.
Summary: Bought this back in 2009-2010, and it has successfully survived through four movings (two through college, 2 moving from home to my current apartment), and has withstood living in a "Frat House". This thing delivers great quality and longevity.
Summary: I bought this television four years ago, and it's still crystal clear. It's held up over 2 moves. Setup was no trouble. I connected my Philips blu-ray DVD player to it without issue and my MBP (with a $5 cable) so I could watch Netflix on it.
Summary: I purchased this TV from Wal-mart about 4 years +/- ago. I was really impressed with the picture quality for the price. However, for the last several months or more the pictures has been shrinking and shrinking.
Summary: Half of my TV screen is not viewable. The TV has had minimal use (~1 hour a week) since purchase. If this would have been my primary TV it probably would not have lasted this long. In the future, I'll spend the extra dollars to buy from a more reliable company.
Summary: I originally purchased a 26 Vizio VA 10T. I had some initial problems and read the warranty. On TVs less than 32 inches, Vizio requires that you ship the TV to California at your expense. I don't think so. I returned it to Walmart, and then purchased this TV at Sams. In home service on this one.
Summary: I have had this TV for a little over a month, and really I like it, especially since I got it on sale. It was easy to set up (took maybe 15-20 minutes). Picture quality has been pretty good so far, especially through my blu ray(sony n460).