I received my 735 yesterday. The box contains the TV (with fixed power cord), manuals, stand and remote. There are no glasses included in the TV's box.
Picture quality looks decent right out of the box with default settings - the brightness/contrast levels surely need to be adjusted from their defaults to suit my living room, but I am having it professionally calibrated tomorrow and was told not to change any of the defaults, so I'm leaving them alone for now.
I only use one source which is my HTPC (a Core i7 Sandy Bridge, Intel HD3000, 16GB RAM) which is run through an Onkyo TX-NR609 receiver. Everything is HDMI 1.4. I've read that both Total Media Center 5 and PowerDVD 11 will play 3D blu-rays. Unfortunately after an hour of playing around with Total Media Center 5, I couldn't get it to tell the TV that it was playing 3D content (the TV would never switch into 3D mode). By browsing the forums it seems that TMT5 plays better with nVidia than it does with Intel. Loaded up PowerDVD 11 and with the same 3D blu ray movie, 3D mode kicked right in like it should and I was up and running. The TV does have a local 3D test mode as well (which comes straight from the TV, not an external source) which is helpful to become familiar with how to use the glasses.
The 3D looks incredible - I remember looking at a demo 3D TV about two years ago and thinking it looked like garbage and wondering how it would sell.. I'm not sure what changed with 3D between then and now (active glasses perhaps?), but the 3D on this 735 looks incredible and I'm hooked. The only downside I've found so far is that the AN-3DG10-S 3D glasses emit a faint buzzing sound from the left temple. I have two pair and both exhibit this faint buzzing sound. Oddly enough, I don't notice it on the glasses I'm wearing, but I noticed it on the glasses on the person sitting to the right of me. Perhaps a new model will resolve this.. not a big deal for now. One great feature is that if you move away from the TV (leave the room, etc), the 3D glasses turn off automatically, then back on once you are back in front of the TV. They are battery powered and not rechargeable, however, they do have a mini-USB port which can be used to power the glasses (but from what I've gathered, you'd have to leave them wired the entire time you're using them).
The network setup was a breeze - the TV grabbed an IP via DHCP and was online in minutes. Firmware updates can be checked and applied via the network (no updates were available as of yet). I don't see much use in IP based remote control for the TV as it will auto power off with no signal after X number of minutes. My Onkyo handles IP remote control, so once I turn it off the TV will follow.
I do not have mine wall-mounted - I'm using the included stand. The stand is half the size of my last sharp aquos and sits very low, which is nice. The bezel is relatively thin compared to other sets on the market.
The motion is far smoother than it was on my last set - far less blur/trailing with fast moving motion scenes with white backgrounds. This was an annoyance with my last set and seems to be a lot better with the 735.
I'm very happy with this purchase and can't wait to see how it looks after calibration. Thanks to Chris at Cleveland Plasma for his great service! He was very helpful through the process and a pleasure to do business with.