Pros Picture is large and clear, no motion blur at all so far
Great TV from any angle
Speakers sound ok
Build quality seems to be excellent
Netflix app looks very good, stable
Cons Screen reflects
No Wireless AC
Summary This was my family's first big screen TV purchase, and our first plasma TV. I bought this one based on a lot of research, both on websites and Consumer Reports. We have 2 smaller (21") LCD screens and one of my concerns was viewing angle. Buying a big purchase like this without seeing it in person was a risk, but I feel I made an informed choice.
The picture is large and clear, and the TV really has everything you can ask for in it. We purchased a sound bar to go with it, but generally it does not need it. We are using it because the sound from the bar is much deeper and surround sound, but the TV's audio is certainly adequate, and surprisingly good for such a thin TV. Rather than buying a soundbar before you get the Tv, like I did, I would recommend getting the TV first and trying all the settings. The clear voice setting is very good and adequate for most applications. If you want booming sound from movies (and, if you are a XBone/PS4 player, your games) you may want the extra boost. My son will not game without it, but he's spoiled =) We've not used the 3D option yet so I cannot comment on it, but it's a nice extra, I guess. 3D tech does not seem to really be taking off so I'm not considering that a pro or a con on the TV.
I'd like to address a few comments I've seen in other reviews about the stability. The base looks small, and is plastic, not aluminum, however it is rather heavy and once the TV is attached to it very adequate as a base. We have a 1yr old, so we were concerned about her moving it, but the entirety of the 45lbs of the TV seems very well supported on the base. It appears to only turn left and right, not back and fro, which is perfect. Because I am paranoid, I bought a support bar that goes on the back of this to firmly hold it to the entertainment center I have it on.
Also, the remote takes some serious getting used to. It is a very very limited remote, with most of the actions covered by the touch screen and voice. The voice interaction is entertaining and novel but we do not use it much. It's very much like using Siri or Ask Google. The "more" button on the remote pulls up a menu on the bottom corner of the screen with all the other features of the remote you might be used to. I like the remote, most of my family hates it. It has built in universal compatibility, like most do these days, and has a decent amount of flexibility. It easily interacted with my Comcast cable box.
As a final side note, the TV itself talks to the box and uses it to populate its own menu which is quite impressive. You can easily see a graphic view of what's on, or use the remote and get a list of specific items ("what cartoons are on"). On the menu there are also a large amount of pay-per-use and subscription services that you likely will want to remove from the quick access menu.
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I hope this helps.