1. The "Model" you have.
2. What convinced you to purchase this particular model.
Had a roommate who purchased the 4665F and it was in my living room for about a month before he moved out. I was going to get one for myself when I read about the 71F series with 120hz, better contrast, etc. Also, chose the 71f over the 81f and XBR4 because of sharpjunkie's comprehensive threads, and because of the price differences. Chose the 46" over the 52" for price (~$1000 difference here).
3. What you like best about your LCD.
Gorgeous colors, dark darks, bright brights, no motion smearing. The TV is beautiful and makes everyone jealous: friends who come over that are otherwise convinced plasmas are the best, then saying "Wow. I think my next TV might just be an LCD."
Also, the "wide stretch" mode lets me play some original XBOX games like SSX3 at proper wide screen: they render at 4:3 that is designed to be stretched to fill the TV. Oh, and ZERO dead pixels!
4. What you don't like about your LCD.
It's obvious that there is some kinda of processing or motion compensation going on even without anything special enabled. If I use a computer hooked up to the screen, sometimes zooming or scrolling produces a kind of jitter effect. Game Mode set to ON removes this artifact, but then the colors are not anywhere near where I want them to be. AMP is really weird for movies, so I don't use it, although it is a cool feature to show off. It's kinda cool for Halo 3 though.
5. What "Feature(s)" you wish your LCD had.
A way to turn off all motion and noise filters, and just set colors to where they should be. Seems like you can only do this with "Game Mode" set to on right now, but then it's much harder to get the colors right.
6. What advice or suggestion would you make to the "Manufacturer" about your LCD.
Better default configuration. As it is, I had to really fiddle with the colors and every other setting. Seems like they tailor the presets to people who are going to be connecting older devices (non-HDMI), or who are not going to be spending much time setting it up. Which, from a business standpoint, makes sense, at least to a point. But it would be nice to be able to have some presets tailored to people who don't want overscan, motion processing, noise filtering, etc.
7. What was your biggest "Surprise" after you received your LCD.
How much better my Media Center PC looked when using HDMI and configured properly, as opposed to component on my friend's 4665F with no settings adjustments.
8. What "Problems or Issues" have you had with your LCD.
I had some clouds and a flashlight, but I think they've faded a bit and I adjusted the brightness/color settings a little so that I don't notice them. Also, I think the menu UI is a bit sluggish (performance/responsiveness).
9. Do you really think that todays "Prices" are worth it.
The 4671f, 4665f and 5265f are, but the 5271f and XBR4 are way too expensive.
10. Any additional information that you want to add is encouraged.
Standard DVD looks like a big YouTube video now, compared to HD-DVD and Blu-ray!