After 2 months of wrestling with weird flashlighting issues with my purchased C6077UN and its replacement the 60E88UN (which had the issue worse, all documented here
) Aquos Advantage kindly upgraded me to a 60LE920UN. So far I can tell you that this set has pleased us in every way.
We got to experience the 77UN quite a bit before it was replaced and so while the thoughts are still fresh in my mind I wanted to highlight a few differences:
> The 920 casing is definitely thinner and totally flush on the front.
> The 920 screen is much more glossy/reflective (I guess people like to be able to see behind themselves when they watch TV these days)
> The 920 menu is much more slick, the 77UN menu is almost exactly the same as my 2005 HP TV (a re-badged Sharp)
> The sound from the speakers of the 920 is the best I have heard in a long time from a TVs built-in speakers. I am so tired of manufacturers ignoring this important feature. Seriously, if I had surround sound would I fire it up to watch the morning news or for my son to watch Sesame Street. Thank you Sharp!
> Guitar Hero detects no lag in the 920 TV at all, my wife plays at expert level and she says this TV is a keeper for this alone. Guitar hero is probably the most demanding game as far as lag goes.
> When the screen on the 920 is all black it looks quite even not so with the 77UN and 88UN. Not even close.
> Of course the 920's built-in Internet and Media Players are a huge welcome feature, but I have hit at least one file that the TV cannot play (and I have to turn off the TV to break the freeze it enters in to). I need to find out what this file is and avoid it.
If anyone wants pictures, let me know, I will try to post, but I have are PS3 games, OTA broadcast, and some animated Blu-rays to demo it.