Ya, after a couple of weeks of using this, I'm still very happy with it. More importantly, my wife is happy with it.
Overall, I find it to be a simple, elegant solution to having audio that is a few steps up from out-of-the-box tv speakers. I look at as giving a bit extra bass and some "dimension" to the sound, I'm not sure exactly how to express it, but it's good.
According to the documentation, it was designed to work in in tandem with the speakers on the panel itself. In practice, this is true. Some of the mid-higher ranges don't seem as well covered by the HT-SB200. But adjusting the TVs volume to compensate balances out the sound quite nicely. I find myself using the "Cinema/Game" surround mode, it seems to work best for most content that I've been using.
My content is
* Digital Cable (HDMI - AT&T Uverse)
* PC connected via ATI HDMI audio. MKV 1080p/720p files & MP3 content
* Wii via component/RCAs
* Non-Upscaling DVD player via Component/RCAs.
* Various other Console games for the kidlets via Composite/RCAs
So for my recommendation - this is a good quality, fairly simple sound bar. Understand what you're getting - a one-piece solution to pretty reasonable sound, and you can't go wrong with this unit. With the street price declining to the sub $200 level, it makes this even sweeter.
Here's a snap of my whole setup, on my newly-acquired TV table (and after throwing another coat of Peanut Butter paint on the wall behind)
If anyone has any specific questions, ask away.