Originally Posted by Andrew67
Apart from the "Screen has some serious uniformity issues." and the "Artifacting issues." it looks like a winner.
FROM THE REVIEW (PAGE 14):
"The Sony is less expensive and has slightly better picture quality.
The Samsung can offer 3D content and a decent suite of online content at some point in the future, but if you don't care much about early-adopting 3D and want great internet features right now, the Sony is the better choice.
The Samsung didn't have as deep a black level or as bright a peak white. The Sony has a much higher overall contrast ratio.
The Sony's color temperature is nearly flawless, while the Samsung's gets noticeably warm towards the dark end of the spectrum. Both TVs had similar RGB performance.
The Samsung had more artifacting than the Sony; both were about as smooth.
The Sony has a slightly wider viewing angle than the Samsung.
Currently, Samsung's online content library still pales in comparason to Sony's. Samsung has promised to expand their current library, but as of this review they haven't."
I guess you missed that part of the review...
AND I OWN THE SAMSUNG!