Summary: If you've been waiting for a full-featured, big-screen LCD TV--and by big, I mean 5-feet-plus on the diagonal--that doesn't cost an arm and a leg, the Vizio XVT3D650SV may well be the answer to your prayers. For $2000 @ Walmart in Nashville, TN (as of March 13, 2012), this 65-inch LED-backlit set delivers good image quality and 3D support, plus tons of user controls and great connected-TV features, all easily accessible via Vizio's usual first-rate user interface and a...
Cons: When using with a PS3 and playing video games, the unit will default to "Game Mode" as ON. If you are playing a game that outputs at 1080p or 1080i turn "Game Mode" OFF or you will get horrible flickering.
Pros: Easy set-up. Big screen matters. Blu-ray very good. Good color rendition. Passive 3D enjoyable (loss of resolution not annoying). Value. Very good intuitive remote.
Cons: Black levels too light. Excessive backlight bleeding in the corners. Some smearing during rapid movement. Glossy screen reflects everything. 2D low-definition material suffers from too little resolution on too big a screen.