Actually to answer your question in more detail. When I looked at a 830 and 835 the 835 has more of semigloss look. That most likely gives the screen more contrast at the expense of glare.
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5/5/11 at 6:18pm
Did you receive your 60"? When you say "there's clouding", are you talking about yor own experience? I ask because you said on the previous page (May 1st) of the topic that you will receive your LE830 within 8 or 9 days, so logically you don't have it yet. So how do you know that there are those issues? Maybe you see the clouding in a shop?
Did you read my comment? It seems that's not the case. I repeat, the 835 is NOT the high-end model. That's why the 3D glasses are not included. And please also have look at the 835 reviews, you will see that the 835 integrates a totally new panel which is a "Quattron+" 2nd generation (the panel of the 925 is first gen): http://www.digitaltrends.com/tv-revi...le835u-review/
So again, no downgrade. Please compare what is comparable. From an hardware point of view the 835 is superior to the 925. And that's normal due to the fact that the 925 is old now. And do you prefer a TV with an old hardware but with a glass or the contrary? My choice is made: picture quality and performances first. I really don't care about the glass in front of the panel. In real conditions such glass suxx due to reflections. People are so obsessed by the design and futile details nowadays...