I recently purchased this set. I took back a Samsung 46EH6070 for this one. The LED set was light with a small bezel, but uniformity was a big issue and I just couldn't get the blacks dark enough. This new set is in a bright room. Reflection is a big issue. There is a huge window up high on a twenty something foot wall. Getting on roof later to cover window with screen, but I digress. I'm still tinkering with settings and find I adjust them for every different thing I watch on the set. The picture is solid and I no longer have my eyes drawn to issues I had with the LED and LCD sets before it. This set is also perfectly quiet. I've yet to hear any buzzing. I was worried the cinema smooth feature would result in a "soap opera" effect but does its job without doing so. I find the picture settings frustrating in some ways, particularly that some work or do not work depending on the input source. 2D to 3D conversion feature actually works, though I'd like to see more depth. I've hooked up an antenna for TV channels and the tuner works well . This set has the Smart TV hub and streams Netflix and Hulu Plus nicely over ethernet. WiFi is built in but prefer a hardline. This set does not support ARC. Samsung iPhone app works well with this TV. I'm just getting around to watching my favorite movies on this TV. Avatar, theatrical 2D cut, looks great. Though, I've always noticed a slight softness to the image on this and two other TV's. Its good, just not quite perfect. I watched Bladerunner on HD DVD. Very nice! Watched Alien on Blu-ray. Wow! I can remember watching these two movies on small 4:3 TV's as a kid in the 80's. I just remember them as dark and mirky. They are dark films to be sure, but these versions are amazing in their detail. I wondered how well the 3D feature would work on games, so I tried some Gears of War 3. Coolness!