"Great powerful TV"4.5 starson by tiggertwo8
Pros: Tons of things to do & see. App market content will no doubt expand just as the ph. and tablet market expanded so I'm not worried about the lack of apps available. Still plenty to choose from. Netflix, Google movies etc. play very well. Qwerty remote
Cons: Not for the technically challenged. Takes some research patience & time to play with & learn. Only has 2gb of memory with no expansion. Picture quality is better than Cnet states yet is not quite great. Adjustments can be made but it takes some ti
Summary: Overall this is a great TV with lots of current enjoyment and tons of future potential. As stated the picture quality leaves a tad to be desired but really nothing major, however with some tweeks I have gotten a very good picture on mine. I went from a Sony DLP 42" to this 55" LED and I think part of my problem is that the larger screen just magnifies everything in a picture that the smaller screen hid. Not to mention I probably should have a 50" for my living room not 55". Bigger isn't always better but it was either the 47" or the 55", there are no othr size options. Amazon has a good reveiw with some very helpful tips from Marty. http://www.amazon.com/LG-55G2-55-Inch-LED-LCD-Glasses/product-reviews/B0074WVYNO/ref=sr_1_1_cm_cr_acr_txt?ie=UTF8&showViewpoints=1 Read his reveiw and make sure to read the comments section for the tips. Just click on "Comment". I built my picture settings a bit differently but used his suggestions to start. He also tells you where to get calibration methods to get the most out of the TV, however I haven't done that because I have obtained a pretty good picture without it. I did not find that the picture wizard helped me at all. I never could quite get what I wanted using that. Also I do like having the High resolution setting ON. Marty recommends turning it all off. We all like something a little different so Again play with it till you find your sweet spot and I am certain that you will love your TV as much as I do. I also chose to connect with an ethernet cord rather than WIFI. I just find a more stable signal with virtually no buffering that way. Simply put I gave this TV a 4 1/2 out of 5 because I would like to be able to expand the memory or have more than 2gb available and though I have gotten a really good picture out of it, it is still not quit what my 42" Sony provided, but not far off. The screen is sorta glossy but I haven't found it to be a problem. I love that the TV is like a big android tablet essentially. You can surf the web, Facebook and play Pandora along with many other things and very easy to do with the qwerty remote. There are 4 HDMI inputs and 3 usb ports so you can hook up an external drive, flash drive or any other USB device. I will say that if you have a smaller living room then get the 47" because in 3D mode if you're too close it doesn't look good. My living room is right at the threshold of the distance recommended and sometimes doesn't quite look right unless you sit at the farthest point. The 55" is about a 9 ft minimum distance for veiwing and my closest point is just about that. Plain and simple there is no such thing as perfect but I love my LG 55G2 TV and I haven't even scratched the surface of all it can really do. Just do the research and spend a little time making some adjustmens and you too will surely fall in love with this tv as well.