Pros Solid picture. Good picture adjustment controls. Slim bezel.
Cons Mediocre sound. Poorly-designed remote. Few inputs.
Summary I am generally happy with this TV. I followed CNet's advice for picture settings then tweaked them to my liking. The sound on this set is marginal, but there is an equalizer built in. This helped, but did not entirely solve sound issues.
For the money this is a good TV.
Pros *Picture quality
*Loud Clear sound
*Volume range is amazing
Cons *Does not swivel
*stand made out of plastic
*Samsung remote is hard to read in the dark
Summary This is truly an amazing tv. I was almost swayed by the allure of all the 40" LCD's, but this 32" feels bigger than it is when it gets inside of your home. The clarity is remarkable. Most cable shows and games are only displayed in 720p so there is no immediate need to get the 1080p. For the price and upswing in value, you don't need wifi for this model. There are no widgets...so what. This LED TV makes my home a little bit more cosy! My PS3 games now looks better than the displays in the sony store now.
Note: There are only two HDMI connections and one usb interface all located on the right of the TV. The remote comes with batteries. Even though i use a universal cable remote, the Samsung remote is hard to read in the dark, but it doesn't really matter.
Black levels and shadows
Slim frame, sleek look
Cons 720p (768p actually)
Few picture adjustment options
Summary I've had this tv for a few days, after several weeks of research and price-watching. For $280-$350, this is a fantastic tv! I was in Best Buy comparing the Toshiba 32C120U and the Westinghouse UW32S3PW, and then read CNET's review on the Toshiba, which listed the eh4000 as the favorite. I saw the eh4003 in another section with higher-priced tvs and was captivated. Though it was over my budget by $75(I'm a graduate student buying my first home theater/pc media center), it was the right choice. The slim and sleek look of the trim, it's lightweight design, and --for being a 720p, 60hz, under $750-- clear and accurate colors and picture won me over.
I currently use it as my monitor for my pc, hooked-up to my av receiver, so I can play BluRays, dvds, Netflix, and video games from one place! So far The Dark Knight, the Pirates trilogy, and Sherlock Holmes have been fantastic on this tv, using CNET's display settings. However, with the 0 Sharpness as CNET recommends is great for movies, the interface of Windows 7 is extremely blurry. To correct this, I set the Standard mode as my movie mode, with the CNET settings (minus the Sharpness which I set at 25), and set the Entertainment to all-purpose mode, making text documents and internet look sharper with higher brightness, contrast and sharpness and a cooler color-temp. True to CNET's review, this tv does accept 1080p and 1080i, but down-converts to 720p, which isn't noticeable unless your about 2-4" away from the screen.
Bottom-line, both CNET and I agree that this is one of the top two or three for under $700 and under 40" and not 1080i native. I have not tried the speakers on the tv, but come on, who really uses tv speakers? Buy the tv for what it does best, picture and video, not audio! I hope this has been helpful.
Pros 720p offers great picture without overdoing it on the details; 32" screen is plenty big for our 26x17 viewing area; 3.5mm spks are better than expected, even in standard mode; user-friendly picture, audio and other on-screen controls; easy to set up.
Cons Samsung remote AA59-00600A has rounded underside that defies single fingertip control when rested on tabletop. (Easily remedied by leveling with 4 round bumpers to its underside.)
Summary HDMI outputs are bells and whistles we don't have any use for, so cannot comment on those features. Would highly recommend this tv to someone who wants to transition to the 21st century affordably and without any grief.