"State of the Art picture"5.0 starson by jerrich
Pros: Lots of adjustments
Cons: No analog audio out
Summary: Had mine about a month now and I'm still in love. Bought at Value Electronics in NY since they got one of the early shipments. They will run a set for 100 hrs and then calibrate it if you desire, for a fee. Kevin Miller of ISF did mine and it looks spectacular. He also uses a SpectrCal. The 30 beats my old Pioneer Elite 510 rptv which was also calibrated and looked very good, however the new one has better resolution, better colors, virtually as good blacks, and no wonky geometry/convergence problems. This is as close as you can get to a Kuro today, imo.
As for not having a swivel base, this is really easy. Just stop in Lowes and pick up this lazy susan bearing (<$8), stick on some rubber feet under it so as not to scratch your stand, and set the tv on it, being careful to center. This is a 2 person job because of the 98 lbs. Voila! I now have one finger rotation of a 100 lb tv, very handy for rear access for cabling work etc. Try this on any set that you need to swivel. Cheers.