"Best LED TV for the money on this price range."5.0 starson by Darkvader0001
Pros: Vibrant color and accuracy
Best LED 3D quality
Best Apps SmartHub.
Best network integration with AllSharePlay.
Best integration via wifi, bluetoth or USB.
Evolution system for CPU and memory upgrade.
Cons: 1) Voice and Motion control is a feature that is cool but not something you will use everyday if use at all. It needs some improvements, the good thing is that they can be done via a firmware update.
Summary: Best LED TV for the money on this price range. This TV picture is plain WOW picture quality. Samsung did an awesome job on design, features and quality.
Before I bought the TV I spend a lot of time researching different reviews about Sony, Panasonic, Sharp and Samsung but specially I read a lot of expert forums and overall the best bank for the buck on this price range is Samsung without a doubt. So I decide to buy the UN65ES8000 about 3 weeks ago but end up having to exchange for another one because it had a dead pixel and a little of flash light effect on one of the corners, but after I got the replacement all I can say is WOW!. If you have a good video source for HD programming 1080p like a DirectTV or a good blueray player you will be amaze, is almost like looking through a window. 3D picture and conversion from 2D to 3D works perfect I did't notice any crosstalk.
I have no regret no doubt is the best LED TV on the market at the moment if you have the Money.
One advice if you are going to buy one is to get it from Amazon or a local store that sell a lot to ensure you get one from the second batch of inventory that came from Samsung. The first batch of TV did in fact have a manufacture issue where the screen shows a clouding, flash light effect and four corners. The new batch don't have any of this issues, again the picture is perfect.
The way to know if you got a TV from the second batch is if the TV tells you that there are no new firmware updates when you do the configuration the first time.