My UN46H7150 got delivered this morning, and it is as fabulous as the reviews suggest. What is not mentioned in the reviews is that the manual is pretty superficial, to the point that assembly of the base and the display panel is not even described, although it is pretty easy accomplished once one manages to find the right small bag with the screws and two plastic pieces.
The connections on the back of the unit are clearly labeled there, but just try to figure them out from the eye chart of a drawing near the end of the manual. There is an "e-manual" that one can eventually study (there is even one button on the large remote to bring up the e-manual up on the screen); but one is immediately overwhelmed by a setup screen the moment one turns on the set. One is supposed to choose the correct settings for the display, get the wireless internet connection going, etc. I almost yelled 'Hey, give me a chance to look at the manual first!'.
The setup should be no problem though if you have previously gone through the drill already with another TV.
There are two remotes in the box just like with last year's model; the small remote is indeed an improvement over previous efforts. The remote for my Samsung blue ray player, as well as the settop box remote that had been set to Samsung mode, both worked without a hitch with the new Samsung 7150. No reprogramming needed in my case.
Did I already say the picture was gorgeous? I especially liked the upscaling quality; standard DVDs fill the HD frame very nicely indeed. No pixellation.
I had one unanticipated problem. After my previous 1920x1080 set went bad, I had substituted a 720p loaner set. When I first watched a HD channel on the new 7150, the picture filled the frame but did not look as crispy as I had remembered from my dead set. It turned out I needed to reset my TV settop box, which was still sending out content in 720p format!
I recalibrated the 7150 according to the recipe in the 'calibration and picture setting review' at the lcdtvbuyingguide.com website, and the picture did improve from very nice to incredibly nice. It is still amusing to me that Samsung touts all the new features and settings, and just like last year the reviewer recommends to simply turn all that stuff off.
The 3D function works, but the experience with Avatar is not anyway near that experienced in the IMAX theater. But still pretty OK.
And yes, you can call in an amazing amount of sites from the internet, and the connection to Amazon's streaming service also worked well. Before I could access any internet sites, the H7150 informed me that there was already an update for the electronics, which it proceeded to downloaded and install automatically.
And for the record, this new Samsung 46" LED TV is quite a bit better and $700 cheaper than the Samsung 40" LCD TV which I bought 4 years ago (and also loved).