Just got mine!
Buzz..I have to be one foot or less to hear a slight buzz. Other than that, I can't even hear it. Even with the full white screen the sound does not change. In fact, I can hear the refrigerator over any noise the 151FD "might" be making. I'll have to wait till the refrigerator stops before doing some more listening tests.
No dead or stuck pixels that I can see (yet). And I have not really looked all that closely to see if I can find one or not.
The only thing I can see that MIGHT be a problem is what looks like a dirty screen with solid color images. Almost looks like patterns (and what looks like a streak or two, but not like a totally straight lighter line of a streak) light and dark that don't change with changes in solid color images. I'm sure it's not anything I would notice with "normal" video signals.
Does anyone know if this could be a pattern on the break-in disc? More than likely, it's the screen. In fact, I think I have read about the "dirty screen" look, though I don't know much about what's been said about it.
What's funny, is the delivery guys were wondering about the break-in disc. They were seeing wavy lines (or maybe it's just the movement one sees when close to the screen) and such from the DVD (only component connections) So I though "ok, I'll show them a straight digital signal" so I hooked up a HDMI cable to the 151FD, turned on the DirecTV receiver and had them change the input for me. There it was, a GREAT looking image of some NFL action. Somehow I must have pressed a series of buttons that made my recording of the Superbowl play (Fox 720P to 1080P) cause I saw the time bars along the bottom of the screen. So how that happened, I don't know. What I do know, is that it looked great and I did not notice any "dirty screen" effect with the "regular" video content.
Later, I expect to have some images to share and a surprise or two within this Elite thread! But that won't come for at least the next few hours. I've got a lot of cleaning up to do to take care of the mess that was involved with the arrival of the 151FD.
Movies must be OAR, sports and movies must also have 5.1 audio, No EE or NO SALE!