Just thought I'd share my thoughts. Just received and setup the TV last night (7/24). My previous TV was a Panasonic 58" v10 plasma. Overall, I'm very pleased with the TV. I had none of the quality control issues some of the other posters have mentioned, ordered mine from Amazon.
I think the screen is a little more reflective than my plasma (and a little more than I was expecting) but I have complete control over light sources in my TV room so it's not a big deal.
I was shocked by how good the black levels are. There's definitely blooming but it's only really noticeable on black backgrounds with white credits etc... Motion is also noticeably worse than my plasma but not horrible.
It's at it's worst in movies like Gravity (which still looks great btw, just can't match a plasma for detail in dark scenes). The detail in the stars in space is lacking and the motion blur is most obvious in these scenes.
I'm using a mixture of settings others in this page have mentioned...still waiting for someone on this thread to post some pro cal settings to try.
This may be off topic, but I have my vizio hooked up to a PC which I use for watching my blu ray rips, netflix, amazon prime, hulu etc... I noticed that if I use full RGB for the pixel format (ati 6550d) the blacks are crushed. If I change it to limited RGB, movies look great in xbmc but if I watch netflix through my pc and then watch it via vizios app, it looks just a little better through their app. Netflix on my pc looks slightly (very slight) washed out in comparison. The picture settings are exactly the same on both on the TV. Anyone have any thoughts / suggestions? I also tried the two YcbCr pixel settings and it seemed to look a little better but i'm just eyeballing it.
Last edited by ripper2020; 07-25-2014 at 03:07 PM.