OK so this is really subjective aesthetic, feel free to ignore and please don't take it personally.
Just saw the 7050 at Costco, and of course the first thing I noticed about the D models is the very attractive thin bezel.
Upon close inspection though... the 7050 see-thru bezel is shaped like a diamond. You don't see this when looking at the TV dead front, but as you move to the side, the triangular shape of the bezel becomes apparent. IMHO, Samsung should had shaped the front of the bezel flat and only angle it on the rear. This gives it a more slick look. As is, it feels "jagged." and make the TV look thicker than it is.
Then where the logo is, why Samsung feels compelled to to put what some people call it a "groin shield" I never know. It's not nearly as pronounced as other Sammy models but it's there. Yes some of you think am OCD to the max, but I just hate it. I want smooth bezel on 4 sides, SLICK. Isn't what it's all about?
And there is what appears to be a locking clip on the bottom right of the bezel. What is this? Why is this thing there?
Lastly, there is still a very thin, black/red? bezel strip between the outer diamond-shaped bezel and the actually display area. OK, am going to assume this is necessary and am not going to fight it, but at least it should be colored a shade of gray. As is, it don't look appropriate.
Yes, am OCD about physical appearance.