After much research I ordered a 4095d from Fry's at a very good price, free shipping but with sales tax. Fry's emailed me next day saying it was not available, but they would ship when it came in. Wanting the tv before Christmas, I emailed right back canceling the order, and Fry's acknowledged my email, even including my cancelation at the bottom of their email.
I then went to Amazon and found a slightly better deal, but it was from a company called etronics.com. I checked them, and the resellers grade was 8.4, pretty good, but with lower grades for recent month. I ordered, higher price than Fry's, but no tax. The site said shipping in 24 hours. Next evening I get a phone call from etronics, the guy wants to sell me a mount. I said it was going on a tv stand. He then said that I had to buy a $200 hdmi cable. I said I was using it as a tv only, he said I still needed the cable. I explained how tv's need only an antenna to work fine. He then wanted to sell me a $649 warrantee. I said every tv seller in the world sells the same warrantee for $300, and I didn't want it anyway. There then followed a succession of deals all including the warrantee, including a "cleaning kit" among other things although the tv comes with a wiping cloth. I finally prevailed, and he signed off with a surly "we'll ship it."
The etronics site showed my order in "packaging" for 5 days, although it ships in its factory box. Never able to get any idea when it would ship, or if it would ship. Then Saturday I get an email from Fry's that my order had shipped! I emailed the back about the cancelled order, and that email was acknowledged. I then phoned every day for the rest of the weekend and Monday morning. The phone would answer, I would pick "customer service" and be put on hold. After about 20 minutes every called would be cut off.
Monday first thing the DHL truck pulls up, and I go out. There is the Fry's tv very nicely strapped to its own little pallet and looking pristine. I refused delivery and emailed Fry's that I had refused and not to charge my credit card. A half hour later the UPS truck pulled up, and I again went out. There was the worst banged up box I have ever seen, the straps dangling, the front side (screen side) caved in, the top open. The UPS guy said if anything was wrong they would come pick it up. I knew this was a lie, but I reluctantedly accepted delivery. The tv is fine, which says a lot for Samsungs box. I later got an email from etronics saying the tv had shipped...
Don't buy from etronics, a Brooklyn company that will call you up with a hard sales pitch for stuff you don't need, and whose website lags by about a week.
DHL does a good job with shipping, and they were gonna bring it in and unbox it, all for free from Fry's.
Beware Fry's, they don't read their email and their phone doesn't work. They give you 2 numbers to try, but one is disconnected. Still waiting for an answer.