Got a 4665 today.
WORST thing about the TV: the packaging. The back left side of the TV has lots of scratches about 4-5" long from the styrofoam rubbing against the glossy back during packaging/transport. The entire casing is glossy, so everything scratches easily. I think Samsung will fix it soon and put plastic covering over the TV where it hits the styrofoam. Oh well.
SD via cable isn't any worse than my 4095D.
The glossy screen takes a little getting used to. It's about as glossy as the glossy screen on a MacBook Pro. But most of the time, I'm paying attention to the picture and not the reflections that appear during dark scenes.
Picture Mode settings can be different for each input. That's different from the 95 series, where each mode's settings carries over to all inputs.
There are settings for both backlight and energy savings. I will measure later which one actually cuts down on power usage.
The TV has problems with my Motorola Comcast cable box via HDMI. The picture disappears after a while when the box is set to DVI, and via HDMI it says HDCP not present. The box also has problems with the 4095D though.
The speakers sound better than the 4095D, but that's not saying much. There are still speaker holes facing down towards the bottom side of the TV, so I don't know what it means that they're 2.2 and side mounted?
I apologize in advance if I'm not supposed to post full size pictures.
Way over exposed. It's so overexposed that you can see light on the wall behind the TV, which is a from the backlight of the TV shining through the vents and bouncing off the wall.
Still a bit overexposed, but no clouds or flashlights.
The glossy bezel reflects light off my computer LCD that's 10 feet away and perpendicular to the tv.
Reflection of my computer LCD on the tv's glossy LCD.
I don't watch tv in the dark, so this is what I really see in a dim room. Very good blacks, very little backlight bleed.
The LCD is glossy, reflection of the flash.