So I've played around with my TV more, and have some thoughts.
We were a little annoyed that the TV is not actually black, but more of a pewter color. That was the major reason we got the D7000 instead of the D8000. My wife would have preferred the D8000's Skype functionality. The hazards of buying something unseen, I guess...
The TV streams HD .mkv files, including SBS 3D, with no problems, which is awesome. I had been streaming with my old XBox 360, but I am happy not to have to turn that loud thing on anymore when watching movies off of my network drive, and to gain additional formats. I think the TV will output multichannel surround as long as it's not Bluray (maybe cable, haven't tried).
I love that each input retains its own settings.
I guess I can't hook up my old receiver with a composite video cable, since the TV has no inputs for that? Also, in the manual, it says component video signals are limited to 720p, but I have my XBox hooked up that way, and the info is showing 1080i.
My wife is concerned that the TV is not stable on the stand and sways when I move our TV stand. Can anyone else speak to that? I attached the stand myself, and I don't think I did it incorrectly.
Anyway, love the TV, love the 3D movies that have been coming out recently, and love that more 3D is available though cable. Our room is rather challenging as far as light coming in, but the TV is perfectly watchable in the afternoon when the sun is in full view of our windows. I guess the people that complain about room light and reflections aren't coming from a 720p DLP that washed out completely.