^^^ dude there's terrible spotlighting right in the middle of the screen, how can you not see that? ........ just kidding.
Hey count yourself lucky as I still think this TV has the best looking picture I have seen in the 55 inch LED market , if it has no spotlighting then you have a good TV....enjoy!
Oh was going to mention on my previous post also, I think hanging the TV does make a difference the strain and pressure on the display is different to on the stand. You can feel that the frame is not totally rigid when hanging it on the wall. I think my spotlighting got worse after hanging and any flexing in the frame was allowed to settle. I always thought a few extra dollars in the assembly process to keep things rigid and solid would perhaps help deliver a product less prone to the clouding and spotlighting? Just my thoughts anyhow.
That's probably the case. Wasn't there a very similar model to this one that was kinda rare (LM7200 or LM7400, something like that) that was the same TV but the frame was slightly different? I recall people with that tv were able to completely remove any flashlighting/spotlighting by squeezing the frame with their finger until something sounded like it snapped into place. The frames on the mainstream LG models unfortunately don't give us that luxury. It was mentioned a lot earlier in this thread, somewhere.