Bad news for interested buyers... As I mentioned above, I picked up an L7200U from visions, but after some pretty positive first impressions, I'm literally horrified by the screen uniformity.
2D: Initial impressions were great, good contrast and colors and I haven't even calibrated yet. Motion is excellent, especially in cinema mode... it seems to smooth a bit without the unnatural soap opera effect.
3D: OK - I've seen passive 3d Panasonics and LGs at stores... both looked very good, but my 7200 seems to have a weird crosstalk effect when there is heavy motion onscreen. It is giving me a head ache to be honest. Stationary or limited motion scenes look excellent and have a great sense of depth, but it all falls apart when things start moving.
Build: Good - Seems solid enough and looks fantastic on my TV stand. The top corners don't seem to be perfectly molded to the screen however.
Menu / Controls: Pretty good, I like the remote and the menu seems to work fine.
Smart: OK - Tried out Netflix and You tube, which seem to work fine, but the menu is sluggish to bring up.
Screen uniformity: FAIL - My screen looks like an abstract greyscale painting when an all black screen is displayed. It isn't noticeable all the time, but any darker scene looks like you are watching through a vignette filter or something. It might be a random defect from the factory, but it's too bad for me to ignore. I may sound like I'm being picky, but my wife, who can't tell the difference between HD and SD said: "What the hell is wrong with our new TV? It's got spots all over it." I knew I had to take it back. Not sure if I'll try another 7200 or go for the Panny ET5.
Sorry for the terrible spelling and grammar, I need to go to bed.