So I trekked to a walmart 50 miles from me and picked up this set.
I haven't used it much, just got it installed really.
As I feared it has the most glare I have seen of any current LED, probably as much as any plasma. I took a stroll through several stores before buying it. Just rearranged my living room to position it in a corner to help hide the windows and lights. I got a pretty decent setup now but the thing looks like a black mirror.
That being said I find it plenty bright and the blacks seem very solid. I am not a TV nerd so I won't boast that this thing has great blackness.
The 3D wasn't bad on Tron and the kids real3d glasses from the theater all worked fine, the vizio's might have worked a little better tho. We played a few PS3 video games in 3D, maybe not crazy about that as a thing but it looked good.
I have a problem with it though, and this is hopefully isolated, but I have a pair of cumples in the back plastic about 2/3rds of the way up. I noticed some odd patterns in the glare (bending/swirls) and a little uneven light on the boot up screen (several hot looking zones). Then I noticed that the TV has a bend to it, maybe 5 or 10 degrees backwards. I'll be calling Vizio to see what they want to do.
I am impressed enough with it not to take it back based on picture but the reflections are bad. I am lucky my wife is pretty fired up by the change in furniture arrangement. If not it would go back and that Sharp 60 LED that is about the same price (but with active glasses) would come home.
What would you do if it was your set? I can take it back to my local walmart, but they don't have the same TV. The walmart I got it from had 2, but man that was a pretty far drive.