Summary: Like many of these posts, the TV was great as a first-time thin-profile HDTV after having a very large 10 year old tube TV for a long time. Turns out the sound was better and the old TV still works just fine after all these years. The Westinghouse... not so much. Time to play around with it now that it's a brick and I can't break it any further (won't turn on at all). This TV should be sold for less that $150 given the quality of sound and internal components.
Summary: The TV was great, while it lasted. Picture was excellent and sound was OK -- as expected for speakers on a flat panel TV. However, after 13 months the picture and sound simply turned itself off while in use. It is now dead and out of warranty. According to the other reviews that I have (belatedly) read, there are no longer parts to fix it with. What a shame that Westinghouse has come to this.
Summary: I bought this TV December 23 as a Christmas gift to my wife and I. I knew the sound was mediocre going in and I was fine with that. I ran sound through my stereo speakers. I was very happy with the picture quality, though it was my first ever HD TV replacing a 15 year old analog. But it just stopped working completely July 10. I shipped to them July 11 despite the warranty page saying a 46" TV was eligible for in-house repair.
Summary: I purchased this TV from Walmart.com for $540. While the price is great considering the size, the picture quality was greatly lacking. The viewing angles were horrible and the TV suffered from terrible backlight bleed and lack of color uniformity. In other words, you can see white spots throughout the TV, especially when watching something with dark colors. I decided to return the TV and spent an additional $300 to purchase a Samsung.