That review talked me into buying it. I've got a bunch of tuners here, but wanted one with a 5th gen LG chip that doesn't require you to put in zip codes/channel scans and subscription to get stations (like the DirecTV receiver does) and doesn't require a computer (like the Fusion does.)
When I got the Samsung home, I compared with those two receivers and an Accurian and RCA ATSC11 receiver. I hooked all of them to the same antenna lead with the antenna in the same direction, checking signal on one, then hooking up to another receiver on three different fringe stations using a Zenith Silver Sensor.
With this test, the RCA was slightly better than the new Samsung. The Accurian was about the same as the Samsung. The RCA and Accurian aren't bad receivers by any stretch, but the Samsung was disappointing given the hype.
If the Samsung has the 5th gen LG chip, they've done something to make it not work as well as other receivers with that chip IMHO.