We'll have to agree to disagree. He goes through the strengths and weakness of the television point by point. He then summarizes the review and puts the television in its market context. There is nothing that's misleading or conflicting. Even televisions that receive the best in class designation don't escape his methodical critique.I don't like/dislike Vincent. I listen to his findings though. My point of burying the lead is that going through the issues he have with the TV and then concluding it's probably one of the better values right now is the very definition of burying the lead.
Had he said, "This TV is a great value for what it is, but it does have some faults that keep if from being a 100% recommendation ..." it would be clear that he generally likes the TV. The way it's currently there, it's not so clear and the ending of pretty good value seems a bit conflicting with the body of the review. That's all.
Edit: I personally don't care what designation he gives a television, I do my own evaluation based on the points he outlines.