I'm posting this here since I didn't see a thread for the 66.
Just got the LN-T4066F. I was planning on buying the 61 but nobody was carrying any of the new T series in Queens, NYC. I checked the BB, CC, PC Richard sites and nothing on the new sets. I head over to J and R and I see the 61 on sale and quickly decided that I will get it (priced really nicely for a brand new tv).
I decide to physically check out BB myself since I was going there to pickup Casio's EXLIM camera anyway. Nothing is on display so I head over to the Magnolia center in BB and ask a rep. He tells me they don't have 61's but do have the 66's. First thing they tell me is that they can't sell them till the 28th, I respond: "J N R has them already on sale". The rep (very nice guy, amazed he worked at BB) looks it up and sees the set and his eyes widen at the price that's listed there. He tells me they can't price match it because it's internet and different models. I thank him and proceed to leave the store telling him that I will go to J N R. As I'm walking out he approaches and quotes an amazing price for the 66. For just a few bucks more I got the "better" model and I got it the same day.
Sorry if my intro was long but it was my first new tv in a couple of years and I found the buying experience unique, especially for such a new set. Onto what you all want: Pictures!
First off, I don't have any HD content at all. I wasn't expecting to buy the TV since nobody was selling them so I couldn't get the HD Cable box from Time Warner. I also do not own a PS3 or 360 so can't help you there...yet! I will be picking up the HD Cable box tomorrow and borrowing my brothers 360. The day after that I will borrow a PS3 and rent some Blu-Ray Movies.
So over the next couple of days I will be providing lots of nice pictures.
In the meantime I will leave you with pictures of the set connected to my PC.
I tried to take different angles so you guys could notice the "Super Clear Panel" and the reflections it gives off. Also took the pictures in light and dimmed light for another perspective.
Feel free to request picture types and ask questions. The images are rather large as I assume you want to see quality pictures. If they are too big the next batches will be reduced, just let me know!