So today noticed a dead pixel and the bezel on the bottom isn't fully tightened or something cause i can see the actual led bulbs, so its causing a ton of bleed. I think the minimal bezel on these LED tv's although look great, I feel doesn't offer the greatest of "seal" and stability for the panel. Like I can barely touch the screen and I can hear how the panel is loose between the bezel. Yet in the middle its solid. Not good. So I called amazon, returning it and getting a ST60 instead.
Here is what I liked about the set:
Crispness. HD programming looked pretty fantastic on it and almost had a bluray quality at times on some things.
Color. Lots of color options and tweaking available but this tv was pretty close right out of the box imo.
Input lag. I'm going the exact opposite with the ST60 but the 6200 was phenomenal. I played a game of Black Ops 2 last night and response was dead on. Didn't notice any lag.
Screen reflections. This wasn't exactly a glossy screen imo. My budget Samsung plasma in the bedroom is like glass but the 6200 was like a semi-gloss. Handled reflections pretty well imo.
Swivel stand. Liked it a lot and would have used it a lot.
Here is what I didn't like:
Dark scene uniformity/clouding/bleeding. Its hard to say because I think I got one of the rather bad ones but my picture I posted earlier about the back light clouding never got better after more watching and a little "wiping". But I don't think I could say that is a regular example of what it looks like cause I think mine is one of the worst.
Motion. Not sure what it was but the motion seemed to judder pretty bad, even worse than my Vizio LCD. Didn't notice it while gaming but during movies it was not the greatest for me.
Black level. Coming from a local dimming led to this, man I didn't think it would be as noticeable since I had to have my brightness up high on my Vizio, but the black level left a lot to be desired. Especially with the slightly off angle viewing while laying on my couch. However, if you are coming from a regular back lit LCD to this, probably wont notice anything at all.
So in the end, I ask myself if it wasn't for the terrible clouding/bleeding and dead pixel, would I have kept the tv? I really don't think I would have. It just didn't impress me enough to justify the $1550 I paid, which for a 60" is a good price overall. I do think its probably worth the money for people that aren't anal about every little thing which I am. So in the end, its worth it, just not for me. Gonna miss gaming on this thing though for sure. Man that input lag was a thing of beauty.