Well add me to the list of happy owners of this set so far!
We just remodeled our living room a few months ago that resulted in the viewing distance increasing from 11 feet to 15 feet. We had a Sony 52Z5100 52inch LCD before, and were going to live with the larger distance for awhile being that we just had a baby and are a little tighter on finances now. However, I happened to see the 60 inch LG pv450 on sale at Sears this week and came across this thread during my research. All I have to say is WOW for the price that I paid! I have only watched about 4 hours of mixed programming so far, but I am astounded at the color reproduction, even with the default settings. It only got better after some tweaking. Motion is handled very well, I have an older 50 inch 720p Panny that judder and phosphur trails were horrible on, that's what prompted me to get the Sony last year.
As far as glare, yes the filter is much more reflective than the Panny ST30 that I was also looking at, however, I never really understood the whole concern to begin with. I have this set upstairs with windows, and of course there are reflections on a bright sunny day, however, with most AR filters that I have looked at, they just diffuse the reflections onto a larger area. My Sony LCD had a really nice filter, however when light would hit it, the screen would get washed out in that area instead of a small reflection. That was actually more annoying than the LG to me. To each his own I guess, but the reflections on this set don't bother me at all.......they are much worse on my 4 year old Panny plasma.............and I don't remember them bothering me back then either....,LOL!
As for black level, yes, not as good as the ST30, but its not bad. I watched some Underworld clips and it looked really good in a dark room, just as good if not better than my Sony LCD which got really high marks for black level in the reviews I read at the time.
Bottom line, excellent value if you don't need 3D, and you don't mind some minor screen reflections in a bright room.