I'm a little late to the party, just bought the 65" a few weeks ago, but the VESA specs online are NOT correct. The 65" is 400 x 600. I was going to swap out the 65" for a 55" LE5500 that I'd wall mounted previously No go. had to buy a new LG mount, since the wall studs had been customized for the LG style mount, no others would fit. Bought a used mount with "all accessories but not original box", got a mount in the original box with no accessories... Seller made it right, but the tv sat in my wife's office for nearly a week.
I was concerned with the screen gloss of the 6200 series (and all new LEDs it seems like). I was to the point where I was going to buy the biggest Sharp I could afford, since they had the most matte-like screens that I could find. Then the 70" E-Series Vizio came out, and I ended up picking that up for $1500 at Costco the weekend after Thanksgiving. BUT, while we were there, my son and I gave LG's passive 3d a try and were hooked. Took that Vizio back a few weeks later.
I did some research online, found Amazon Warehouse had three 65" sets for $1600. Wanted to research tv quality of warehouse deals, as well as see the models in person, which would have to wait until the next day. Sears had the sets on display, but you can't tell much from those, I just knew it was glossier than the Sharps. I decided to go ahead and purchase from Amazon Warehouse...but when I check the next day, the same three sets are $1800+, then $1900+ the next day. Didn't realize Warehouse pricing would fluctuate like that.
Decided to wait it out until the prices came way down, but they never did. Found the 65" on display at HHGregg, and they also had two open-box 42" 6200s on display. I bought one of those, brought it home and mounted it to watch for the weekend. Glare was fine. SOLD. Took that model back and decided to wait for a sale on the 65.
Checked every reputable website literally several times a day, and they were stuck at $2299 for several weeks. Found a post for another TV that mentioned teh 65" 6200 at MicroCenter for $1899 less a $150 rebate.... Yes, please. Somehow there happened to be a local store (which I never knew about), so I gave them a call. They had one set left, couldn't hold it, so I left work and drove there to buy it. Picked it up the next day, watched a bit of 3D while it was stand mounted and on the floor. Success.
After the mount debacle, I got the set wall mounted a few days ago. Holy crap...why the huge difference in screen gloss between the 65 and the 42???? The 65 is seriously a mirror. The 42 is a blurry mirror, at least. We have a wall of windows to the left of the set that lights up everything behind the viewing area. This is going to takes some getting used to, if we ever do.
I've seen that backlighting behind the set seems to help a bit, anyone have experience with that?